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Subject:Re: Interleaf and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome From:UC Bobby Collins <ucbcolli -at- SYSTEMA -dot- WESTARK -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 3 Apr 1996 13:23:53 -0600
What kind of adjustments did you make to your keyboard and chair?
> On my last job, I feel like I had two different types of pain - my arms and
> shoulders hurt from keyboarding, my wrist and hands hurt from mousing. I
> could get a little relief by switching from mouse to keyboard, or vice versa.
> I have less problem on my new job (thank heavens!) and have made the following
> adjustments, listed in rough order of significance:
> o I adjusted the height of my keyboard and of my chair. This is something
> I discovered at my last job, but I left before it had a chance to help.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Westark University Center Site, Ft. Smith, Ark.
e-mail:UCBCOLLI -at- systema -dot- westark -dot- edu