gvance.42 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 26 14:02:36 UTC 2011
hi jon was recently wathcing some videos from ces and had seen this company
called smartfish, they make ergonomic eyboards that automaticaly change
position after every hour of work, they also have a special mouse with a
pivot that allows your whole arm to move rather than just your wrist, they
have had great feedback from people with rsi, so please check it out, heres
a youtube vid for the mouse and a link to there sales page. hope tyhis helps
On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 4:14 PM, Jon Reynolds
<maillist at jcrdevelopments.com>wrote:
> Hello folks,
> Am sure as all of you are computer users, some probably quite prolific (as
> coders etc), that some of you have had experience with RSI.
> I have had a bad wrist for a few years now on and off. It always seemed to
> go away but recently (last 4-6months) it seems to be here and not going
> Basically I get a pain in the inside corner of my wrist when it is bent
> back, i.e. in a position to do push ups. I cannot push things (e.g. doing
> push ups) without it hurting and shaking it (shaking inside-out socks) hurts
> I have tried wearing a wrist strap (like a sports one) for the last few
> weeks but it doesn't seem to be making much difference.
> I am a CAD user by day, which is very mouse-dependant, but also do an
> amount of typing, but I think the mouse usage is the main culprit as its
> always semi-hovering as I manoeuvre the mouse.
> I am wondering if anyone else has had experiences like this and how they
> got rid of it? Maybe those little cushioned mouse mats, where you rest your
> wrist on a small cushion would help.
> Jon Reynolds (j0nr)
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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