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How To Reduce Computer-Related Elbow / Tennis Elbow Pain

Posted Jan 15 2009 8:42am 1 Comment

Computer-users frequently suffer from elbow pain due to poor ergonomic set-up. The most common elbow pain conditions is lateral epicondylitis or more commonly called "tennis elbow". Lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow is a form of tendonitis, it is the inflammation of the tendons of the wrist and finger extensor tendons as they attach or originate on the lateral epicondyle of the elbow. Please read more on our elbow anatomy and elbow pain conditions page.

One of the most common culprits for computer related elbow pain and tennis elbow from computer use is the computer mouse and the positioning of the computer mouse. The Roller Mouse PRO by Contour design has an effective solution that eliminates that forward reaching of the arm and elbow extension that commonly is associated with the onset of elbow pain and tennis elbow from computer use. This forward arm reaching position is required for use of the traditional mouse and is eliminated witht he RollerMouse PRO design because it places the mouse operational controls in a keyboard level. The unique and brilliant idea behind the Roller Mouse Classic and RollerMouse PRO is to finally provide a solution to the awkward stretch of the arm, elbow and hand that is required for using a computer mouse. This repositioning of the mouse click and navigation functions within the keyboard platform is what helps reduce muscular pain and injury of the elbow and wrist that is often times associated with repetitive use, awkward postures and does potentially increase your productivity by allowing you to keep your typing position as you control your cursor. The Contour RollerMouse Classic and RollerMouse PRO is an alternate computer mouse product that is the first of its kind.

How the RollerMouse Classic and RollerMouse PRO work:
The Contour RollerMouse Classic and now the RollerMouse PRO input devices are designed for effortless control of the cursor. The Contour RollerMouse Classis and RollerMouse PRO is designed to reduce or eliminate the need for a mouse by offering a roller bar and set of buttons below the keyboard to navigate and click with a cursor. This improves your posture and will reduce pain in the elbow and arm.

Features of the Contour RollerMouse Classic and Contour RollerMouse PRO:
The cursor control is provided with optical technology. It has sliding roller bar and provides smooth spinning. The RollerMouse Classic and RollerMouse PRO significantly improve the ergonomic positioning of the body of the computer user by maintaining the traditional typing posture. The RollerMouse series, both the Classic and the RollerMouse PRO have been shown to reduce computer-related pain and injury of the shoulder, elbow, neck, wrist and hand by keeping hands in optimal work zone. Read more about how to " Optimize Your Reaching Zones"

Benefits the Contour RollerMouse Classic and Contour RollerMouse PRO :
The Contour RollerMouse Classic and RollerMouse PRO significantly reduce postural strain and fatigue on the computer-users elbow, shoulder, neck, wrist and hand. For any computer-user suffering from computer-related injury or pain conditions-this product comes highly recommended.

Because the RollerMouse series allows the controlling of the computer mouse click, drag and navigation functions to now performed with your hands remaining at keyboard, your hands can be kept in optimal reach zone, which is why you will feel more comfortable, have less pain and may also increase your productivity. The RollerMouse series reduces the muscular discomfort of your shoulder, neck, elbow, hands and wrist so that it improves your ease of work and increased your productivity. If you suffer from computer-related elbow and arm pain, this product is highly recommended by ergonomic and clinical experts.

Read more about theRollerMouse Classic, read more about theRollerMouse PRO.
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Some sites shows doing some 360 rotations and lifting heavy things, helps you prevent from elbow injury? Is it true?
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