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RSI Wrap, April 2013
The latest news and information on Repetitive Strain Injury prevention, support, and recovery: Carpal tunnel cases need prompt treatment. UGLee Pen, Combimouse, Does Repetitive Movement Cause Carpal Tunnel Pain?, Predicting Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and more…
RSI Wrap, March 2013
The latest news and information on Repetitive Strain Injury prevention, support, and recovery: Is It Really Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Cost-Justify Ergonomic Improvements, Levitating Mouse, and more!
Programming and Play-Testing is Hard on the Hands
The seemingly endless cycle of edit-test-edit-test takes its toll on programmers, especially video game programmers, who must not only use their hands when writing code, but when play-testing their games.
The Penclic is an interesting new user interface device from Sweden, and is a combination of a mouse and a pen that promises to be ‘stylish, ergonomic and highly practical’.
RSI Is Not Just In The Hands: Achilles Tendonitis
Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) are most often associated with the hands, because we use our hands for so much, but in reality, RSI can happen nearly anywhere on the body.
Carpal Tunnel Surgery For Artist Todd Marinovich
Former NFL quarterback Todd Marinovich, who overcame drug addiction to become a successful artist, recently had carpal tunnel surgery, in an effort to save his new career.
Injury Prevention Tips for Musicians
Playing an instrument is physically demanding and practice and performing often require many hours a day in stressful positions. It is important that all musicians listen not only to the music but to their own bodies.
Radius Ergonomic Garden Tools
Gardening is a popular activity for many people, but for people who suffer from RSI, it can sometimes be a challenge, because it’s often a very hand-intensive activity. Ergonomic tools may be able to help!
Calculating ROI of Ergonomic Improvements
Sometimes it can be a challenge to convince business leaders to invest in ergonomic improvements, but this little calculator may help you make the business case.
‘Snakebite’ Massage Therapy Technique
This sounds a little odd, but it comes from a respected source, an Injury Prevention Specialist and Wellness Consultant at St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center.