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Chiropractic Services

Dr. Richard Lyon 630-377-7700

Our New Division Vision Xperts can satisfy all OHSA related safety frame requirements - specialized computer related eyewear - offers vision programs for your workforce & employees

Ophthalmic Lenses
Transitions Lenses
Adapter Progressive bifocal by Silor
Access lens
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Computer Software / Internet Services
Modesto Technologies
Morrie Marino

Our motto is it's easier to prevent a repetitive stress injury than to "cure" it after the fact. So here are a number of books and publications you'll want to include in your personal library.

Wounded Workers: The Politics of Musculoskeletal Injuries by Penny Kome

Repetitive Stain Injury: A Computer Users Guide by Dr. Emil Pascarelli

Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries: A Self care program by Sharon Butler

Carpal Tunnel Sydrome - Prevention and Treatment by Kate Montgomery

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: How to Relieve & Prevent Wrist Burnout! by Rosemarie Atencio

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & Overuse Injuries: Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery by Tammy Crouch

The Chair: Rethinking Culture, Body, and Design by Galen Cranz

The Electronic Sweatshop: How computers are transforming the office of the future into the factory of the past by Barbara Garson