Assistive Technology is for people with a disability who find operating a computer difficult, maybe even impossible. This website directs you to adaptive equipment and alternative methods available for accessing computers.
AFL-CIO Ergonomics Resources
Information about ergonomics and RSI injuries for workers.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Overview
An over view of carpal tunnel syndrome from the Mayo Clinic including diagnosis, symptoms, causes and treatments.
Iinformation about carpal tunnel syndrome from Michael G. Brown, M.D.
Computer Related Repetitive Strain Injury
A webpage by Paul Marxhausen which provides advice and tips for avoiding Repetitive Strain Injury to the hands and arms resulting from the use of computer keyboards and mice.
CTDNews provides ergonomics tips and solutions to improve the safety of your workplace, prevent employee injuries and keep your workers' compensation costs in check.
CUErgo: Cornell University Ergonomics Web
CUErgo focuses on ways to enhance usability by improving the ergonomic design of hardware, software, and workplaces, to enhance people's comfort, performance and health.
Death by Blogging
Everyone's talking about the New York Times article that says that blogging can kill you.
DejaNews RSI Search
A search of dejanews discussion groups for ongoing RSI conversations.
ERGOnext's goal is to be your source for the dynamic information and tools you need to install and maintain an effective, compliant ergonomic program. Website includes articles and compliance information.
The Ergonomics Society is an international organisation for professionals using knowledge of human abilities and limitations to design and build for comfort, efficiency, productivity and safety.
Ergoweb is an ergonomics website providing news, product reviews, consulting, training and resources.
Google Ergonomics Resources
Google's collection of ergonomics web resources.
Google RSI Resources
Google's collection of links to RSI web resources.
A resource on office ergonomics and computer-related health and safety. The website includes advice, tips, discussion board and newsletter.
HP Ergonomics Guide
A guide to ergonomics from Hewlett Packard which provides proper workstation setup, posture, and health and work habits for computer users.
Los Angeles RSI Support Group
A CSI support groups based in Los Angeles. The website includes advice, resources and success stories.
Mousewatch.com is an independent site and source of information on computer related RSI and other mouse injuries.
NINDS Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Information Page
Advice, articles and solutions for CTS from the NINDS.
Office Ergonomics Training
This site contains office ergonomics information aimed at ergonomics committee members as well as office workers in general.
OrthoInfo: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Information about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome from OtrhoInfo, a website from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
OSHA's guidelines and strategies for reducing injuries and illnesses from musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in the workplace.
Instruction website on RSI which covers causes, symptoms, therapy and treatments.
A comprehensive RSI resource from author Deborah Quilter who has also written a book on the subject. RSIHelp contains information about risk factors, warning signs, preventions, an Ergo Q&A, resource links and much more.
Resources for the prevention and treatment of computer-related repetitive strain (RSI) injuries.
SFWA: Ergonomics for Editors and Writers
Ergonomics and health risk information for editors and writers from the SFWA.
Shelley's RSI Site
Advice and information from a person who has been suffering from RSI.
Typing Injury FAQ Homepage
The Typing Injury FAQ is an educational site containing a wide variety of information about repetitive strain injuries (RSIs), resources for dealing with these ailments, and a broad description of assistive products to reduce injury risk and symptoms.
UCLA Ergonomics Website!
The UCLA Ergonomics website is designed to help the UCLA community work safely, comfortably and efficiently. It will help you avoid injuries and work in a way that promotes your health.
Why Writing Is Good For Your Health
Cheryl Dellasega, Ph.D. explains why writing is good for your health and how writing benefits the writer.