Germain Ergonomics has left a new comment on your post "Device for treating carpal tunnel syndrome - US Patent... GE wrote: There is a ergonomic arm support for the computer mouse out there called The True Arm found at http://www.thetruearm.com. It as been sold to companies such as Boeing, IBM, U.S Government and as proven to be very effective. Please go to the site and see the info.
Helge: There was some interesting information about, "In USA alone over 1,4 million people suffer from some form of repetitive motion disorder as the result of working environment." That isn't a small number. The idea of this blog - and there are blogs in Swedish and Finnish language as well - is to establish a dialog with patients and medical specialists around the world. CTS diagnosis has been made easier, faster and is costing less with the handheld Mediracer. This tool has been available in Europe for a few years. We're looking for people world wide that would like to sell this device to e.g. occupational health specialists, medical doctors, orthopedics, and hospitals specializing in hand surgery.
True Arm Ergonomic Mouse and Arm Support: "The True Arm is revolutionary in ergonomic support products. It is specifically designed to benefit all computer users including the Physically Challenged computer users on wheel chairs.
This uniquely designed ergonomic arm support is the only one of it's kind in the market that can help alleviate Upper Body Stress Syndrome associated with repetitive motion. Upper Body Stress Syndrome can lead to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) and other Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI).
The True Arm is truly unique, allowing the use of the computer mouse off the desk in several relaxing positions. Did you know? In the USA alone over 1.4 Million people suffer from some form of repetitive motion disorder as a result of their work environment."