Few people today use their computer exclusively for wordprocessing and most of us spend hours each day chasing a small cursor around the screen. For the majority of compuer users this is achieved by operating a mouse with their dominant (favoured) hand.

Traditional mouse operation is very taxing on the muscles, nerves, ligaments and joints of the wrist, elbow and in particular the shoulder. The extent to which one or all of these three joints is affected by mouse operation depends not only on predisposing factors (old injuries, genetics, smoking etc) but also the “mousing technique” of the person. (more…)