The phone company had to fix our phone lines today because of static. We had a DSL internet line and a phone line connected to an old phone jack. For some strange reason, the technician decided to replace this outlet with a more modern one that he calls "modular for ethernet and phone". He said it wasn't wireless, so I reluctantly approved. Our internet is running much faster now, but unfortunately I am getting terrible EMF-type symptoms from the new DSL phone jack, including bad muscle pain. When I turn off the computer and modem, the pain goes away completely. Any settings I can change in the computer, or any idea how to fix this? Any theories on why the newer phone jacks could cause this pain, if it isn't wireless? We may have to track down an older phone jack, if there are no other solutions. Thanks.