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Subject:Re: Health advisory: neck and shoulder pain From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 3 Jul 1995 09:07:46 -0700
Donna Menk said:
> Another ergonomic essential is a wrist support. I have one for my
> keyboard, and I believe that has helped. The one I *really* rely on,
> though, is an odd-looking dealie that supports my wrist when I'm doing
> mouse work. It clamps onto my desk, and it's adjustable to accommodate
> a variety of support positions. This little thing has been a life
> saver (wrist saver?).
Well, all my wrist/arm/shoulder pain disappeared when I replaced my
mouse with a touchpad. So I highly recommend this little change!