Here are some good suggestions for setting up your computer workstation for optimum ergonomics. Give ’em a try so you don’t end up like that fellow in the illustration!
RSI (Repetitive Stress Injury) affects millions of people, but if you are unaware of the symptoms, how can you avoid it? This article takes a look at some of the warning signs of RSI.
RSI-Relief.com now offers a way to keep up with the world of Repetitive Strain Injury and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome on Facebook, one of the world’s largest social networking web sites. Become a fan, and join this vibrant community!
The MouseBean Hand Rest is designed to provide support, protection and comfort when using a mouse, and can help reduce tension and stress in the hand, arm, shoulder, neck and back.
Surgery should be a last resort for dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, but even if it’s “successful”, there are post-surgery dangers and complications to be aware of.
I have a weakness for video games, and the latest one that’s grabbed hold of my imagination is “Plants vs. Zombies”, an incredibly addictive stategy game. But it requires a LOT of point-and-click action. So fair warning: If you have problems with your hands, stay away from Plants vs. Zombies.
The NoHands Mouse is an interesting and innovative foot-operated mouse that consists of two separate pedals. One pedal operates the pointer, while the other is used for button clicking.
Over two years ago Judy experienced tingling and numbness in her right hand, and her search for relief led her to herbal supplements. Read her story here.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the most widely recognized form of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), but Trigger Finger is catching up fast, becoming all too common among society and affecting the youth and elderly in ever-increasing numbers.
Everyone who lives with a chronic condition has days when everything seems to fall apart, when the struggle seems too much to bear, when the pain and the stress of coping is just soul-crushingly oppressive. Improving your physical fitness can help.