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Thursday, September 27, 2007

SUGAR SHOCK! Blog: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or Repititive Strain Injury? Learn How to Help Yourself on Sept. 26

SUGAR SHOCK! Blog: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or Repititive Strain Injury? Learn How to Help Yourself on Sept. 26: "in 1998, Julie's concerns about repetitive strain injury intensified when, as a hard-working massage therapist in 1996, she herself developed a severe case of carpal tunnel syndrome, which threatened to end her career."

Julie's background also includes working with leading repetitive-strain expert Dr. Zev Cohen to offer the Julstro™ system to his patients. In addition, Julie works extensively with elite athletes and patients, who've been unsuccessful at finding relief through conventional therapies.


About Julie Donnelly, L.M.T.

Julie DonnellyJulie Donnelly has been specializing in deep muscle therapy since receiving her massage therapy license in 1988.

Her focus has been on the treatment of severe pain, especially chronic joint pain and sports injuries.

Her treatment of hundreds of patients in her practice led to the development of her unique system of deep muscle therapy, called the Julstro Technique.

Her constant work relieving the pain of others led to a severe case of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, threatened the end of her career in 1996. Using her knowledge of muscles and joint pain, Julie developed a self-treatment technique that successfully relieved her condition.

She subsequently joined Dr. Cohen and his practice to offer the Julstro™ system to his patients. She works extensively with elite athletes and patients who have been unsuccessful at finding relief through conventional therapies.

In response to the growing interest in the Julstro™ system, Julie and Dr. Cohen established the Carpal Tunnel Treatment Center in 1997.


Helge: I collect information about people who are concerned by the diagnosis and treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome. This blog is a digging and data mining the blogosphere and Internet to find people who care about this common disease. In US 400 000 CTS patients are treated through operation. It's important to do the diagnosis at an early stage. An operation is a last resort.


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