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Using A Mouse with index Finger RSI Or Arthritis Pain
How To Use A Mouse with index Finger RSI Or Arthritis e.g. Reducing Apple Mac Mouse Index Finger RSI Pain caused by decades of hitting the mouse button and encroaching Arthritis due to age and illness. Swelling and pain in the index finger can make it difficult to use a mouse as I found out, but here is a simple tip to alleviate the problem. #fixed1ttip
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Touchpad Mouse to Assist People with Arthritis
Touchpad Mouse to Assist People with Arthritis; Product ID 55-16. This special mouse uses a Pixy camera and Arduino Micro to track the movement of the hand. A simple tap on the circular base can open/close or execute a program.
Views: 137 Bca Mrl
Forearm, Wrist and Hand Pain from working with computers: Good Use Ergonomics
Watch a leading occupational health physiotherapist outline several causes and solutions for forearm, wrist & hand pain that can occur from working with computers. See the full website: www.computerpain.info
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Touchpad Mouse to Assist People with Arthritis
Product ID: 51-15; A wearable vest that contains a pulse sensor, temperature/humidity sensor, a cooling and a heating element. This device allows people with spinal injuries who suffer from fluctuating body temperatures to adjust their own body temperature and other body functions.
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Best Gaming Mouse For Arthritis Under $20?
http://bliffer.com What is the best gaming mouse for arthritis? Suffer from severe pain and discomfort in your wrist, hands, fingers or thumb. The Anker 2.4G is the best budget vertical mouse for carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritic hands.
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Pain-Free Mouse Use
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DXT Ergonomic Precision Mouse
Explains the operation of the DXT Ergonomic Precision Mouse. Includes some suggestions for people with rheumatoid arthritis and hand tremor.
Views: 1046 ergovancouver
Cruise around the computer screen with the BIGTrack TrackBall Mouse
A unique alternative to the regular mouse for people with limited fine motor skills due to tremors, cerebral palsy, arthritis or any other mobility or learning impairment! A simple touch from the person's finger, hands or even a foot on the huge yellow ball is that is centrally placed helps him to cruise around the computer screen easily.
Views: 3493 BarrierBreak
How To Mouse Properly to Avoid Carpal Tunnel Syndrome With San Jose Chiropractor
Avoid wrist strain when mousing by using this technique! San Jose chiropractor Dr. William Holdsworth DC from Pain Relief Chiropractic shows how to use mouse properly (proper mousing) to avoid carpal tunnel syndrome and wrist compression that leads to discomfort. Blog: http://www.drwilliamholdsworthblog.com Website: http://www.pain-reliefchiro.com Online Newsletter: http://ingoodhandsletter.com/currentissue/95125HOLDS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/painrlfchiro Twitter: https://twitter.com/PainRLFchiro Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/1/b/116224760348124516187/116224760348124516187 Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/painrlfchiro/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wil-holdsworth-26025626 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/painreliefchiro/ Pain Relief Chiropractic 1607 Meridian Avenue San Jose, CA 95125 4087850631 info@pain-reliefchiro.com
Stressed? Wrist Pain Hand Pain From Mouse Use
http://StressedOutStressFree.com Wrist Pain Hand Pain From Mouse Use The use of a mouse (mouse for the computer) has increased due to the increasing need to use the computer for information, entertainment,shopping and just surfing the net. Well! repetitive use of the mouse or any repetitive activities has it's consequences. There are two ways to solve this problem: 1. Is to completely stop doing the activity OR 2. To find a way to avoid, prevent, maintain the pain. In this Wrist Pain Hand Pain From Mouse Use video you will: - See the affected area - Learn how to work on the pain - Stress relief from wrist and hand pain BE WELL! :-) Follow me on Facebook and Twitter Transcript For Today's Video: Hi welcome to StressedOutStressFree.com my name is Vincent Woon. In this video we are going to talk about the mouse Ooops! not this mouse, medium mouse, small mouse, trackball mouse, wireless mouse, what's thatHey that's my daughter's pet hamster and big mouse Why are we talking about the mouse today? My wife came back yesterday complaining that she have pain in the hand especially at the web area here. After asking few questions about how her work place is set up. We figured out that, she was using a trackball mouse with a limited space and she uses the mouse a lot. And I figured the repetitive use of the mouse create pain for her it might create pain for other people like you and what I'n going to do is show you how to loosen the muscles in the area. Usually this is the pain area, the wrist area and the web. Today I'm going to show you the web. How you dig into the web area. Use your index finger.. find where the pain and all you need to do is move this way like such, push it you'll feel the knot there and that will loosen up or you can use your thumb same way push it in and the other method is just to put your thumb there and move your other fingers you will feel it or just move this way and you'll feel the area loosen up or the knot loosen up. To tackle this area, the wrist area just use your pad of your thumb, push down hold it and then move your hand move your wrist and to finish it you just do a little quick to loosen up the area. Here too, just hold on to it kind of like jiggle it. Push it down too and that's it. Thank you very much for watching, this is what I do to release the tension for my wife I hope it helps you too. If you like this video please share it on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any comment please leave it in the comment box below. My name is Vincent Woon and I see you in the next video. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter
Views: 73263 StressedOutStressFre
When People Say they have a Shit Mouse
So we're still unpacking the boxes in our new house. I came across this little thing while going through all of my stuff. I wanted to try using it in pvp and I didn't do as poorly as I thought I would haha. You can get this mouse here: http://full.sc/1RpUzoz Minecraft Clickbait Guide Book: https://goo.gl/eceBDR TheOriginalAce Official Merch: https://goo.gl/qHmLEz Patreon Link: https://goo.gl/RKrLq1 ================================== If you liked the video, give it a like, comment and maybe tap on that subscribe button. If you didn't like the video, Like, comment, and subscribe anyway in the hopes that I will make better! Keep it fresh, you guys! -TheOriginalAce ================================== Download My Texturepack Here: http://adf.ly/sHyGe ================================== My Social Media Pages: Twitter: https://twitter.com/The0riginalAce Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/TheLastOriginalAce ================================== My Server IP: PvPProject.com IP of the Server in the Video: Kohi.us ================================== Songs: Intro Song: Floidbeats - Unknown Song ================================== My Equipment: Computer: Alienware M18x Laptop Mouse: Razer Naga 2014 Headset: Steelseries Siberia V2 Hard Drive Space: 1500GB Average Network Ping: 24ms Recording Software: Fraps Editing Software: Sony Vegas Pro 12.0
Views: 172581 The Original Ace
HandShoe Mouse Prevents Mouse Pain
Scientific studies suggest that finger joint loads of a standard or a vertical mouse may cause inflammation of tissues and result in arthritis. The handshoe mouse provides the solution: it fully supports your hand and fingers in the optimal position and thus protects against harmful forces.
Views: 1265 Sjoerd Eisma
Minecraft Clickbait Guide Book: https://goo.gl/eceBDR TheOriginalAce Official Merch: https://goo.gl/qHmLEz Patreon Link: https://goo.gl/RKrLq1 Disclaimer: TheOriginalAce is in no way a medical expert. The claims made in this video are according to medically cited sources. TheOriginalAce holds no responsibility for any n00bs reckt using the information in this video. Hey what's up you guys, it's TheOriginalAce here. If you've ever watched a jitter clicking tutorial video, you’ve probably seen a comment like this one… claiming that jitter clicking causes arthritis. Here’s hoping to end this controversial topic once and for all. First off, I’d like to say that there are absolutely no medically cited sources saying that jitter clicking, specifically, cause’s arthritis. According to the mayo clinic, there are many causes for arthritis. Computer and mouse use IS NOT one of them. Wear and tear arthritis, otherwise known as Osteoarthritis, is caused almost exclusively by intensive physical labor and accidents or injuries involving sports. Another cause: VIBRATING POWER TOOLS. So unless you are able to click at the power of a jack-hammer, arthritis WILL NOT be caused by jitter clicking (or any form of computer use for that matter). This crap about arthritis caused by jitter clicking needs to stop. It’s not medically accurate and anyone willing to spend more than a few minutes on the internet would be able to figure that out. That being said, there ARE dangers to jitter clicking that are not arthritis. You’ve all heard about carpal tunnel syndrome: a condition caused by pressure to your wrist leading to inflammation and ultimately causing blood flow to be obstructed. This is most commonly caused by repetitive activities involving the fingers and wrist. Carpal tunnel syndrome results in pain or tingling in the thumb side of your hand. Essentially, it’s not fun! Carpal tunnel syndrome HAS been linked to continuous computer use. This is not exclusive to jitter clicking, but ANY computer use. It is a myth that jitter clicking will speed up the process of carpal tunnel. In fact, because of the movements involved in jitter clicking, you are actually causing less damage to your wrist than when you are clicking normally. Jitter clicking is performed by tensing arm muscles to make your hand twitch. Muscle tensing is actually commonly taught in yoga to build muscles without overexerting them. Even at that though, jitter clicking could still be considered repetitive motion. Luckily, there are methods to preventing carpal tunnel syndrome! Simple exercises can be done to ensure the future well-being of your wrists. I’ll demonstrate a few now to show you how easy it is to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome! (Refer to Video!) Alright guys, I hope y’all have learned something or two in this video and I hope I’ve influenced your views on jitter clicking a bit. Next time someone gives you crap about jitter clicking, just tell them that you’re doing yoga. As always, keep it fresh! ================================== If you liked the video, give it a like, comment and maybe tap on that subscribe button. If you didn't like the video, Like, comment, and subscribe anyway in the hopes that I will make better! Keep it fresh, you guys! -TheOriginalAce ================================== Download My Texturepack Here: http://adf.ly/sHyGe ================================== My Social Media Pages: Twitter: https://twitter.com/The0riginalAce Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/TheLastOriginalAce ================================== My Server IP: PvPProject.com ================================== Music from JinglePunks.com ================================== My Equipment: Computer: Alienware M18x Laptop Mouse: Razer Naga 2014 Headset: Steelseries Siberia V2 Hard Drive Space: 1500GB Average Network Ping: 24ms Recording Software: Fraps Editing Software: Sony Vegas Pro 12.0
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How to Adapt a Mouse to Click with Your Foot
How to Adapt a Mouse to Click with Your Foot If you have arthritis (or another physical disability), you may want an easy option for an alternative mouse. This adaptation will allow you to click the mouse with your feet when you can't do so with your hands. Thanks For Watch. Please Like & Share This Video. Please Subscribe This Chanel. Visit My Web Site. www.kanapita.lk
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Wrist Exercises for Tendinitis Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Avoid RSI injury in just 2 minutes a day!
See How I avoided Wrist Surgery by doing these 1 minute exercises just once or twice a day. Also, see links and ideas in this description on how you can help relief your wrists further! Be sure that if you experience pain with these exercises, that you either do them more gently, and/or consult with your physician. Wrist Exercises for Tendinitis and Carpal Tunnel (CPS) - RSI injury exercises. As I explain in the video demonstration, I got to a point where I couldn't even use my left hand with a mouse (I'm right-handed). So once my right wrist was exhausted from using a mouse, I taught my left wrist to use a mouse, but even that wrist got Repetitive strain injury. So then I moved to using an IR or infra red tracker device, that allows you to use your head as a pointer, and your feet to right click and left click, like regular mouse buttons. Basically with very large buttons, that you can tap with your feet. And I used Dragon naturally speaking to create emails. It was then that I started learning online about RSI, and how to avoid getting wrist surgery, as that was now an option that my doctor mentioned. I asked for some physical therapy, and got these exercises, as well as others. I found the exercises which I show in the video to be the best and fastest relief wrist pain brought on by the repetitive injury. Hope this helps you, let me know in the comments! Additional things you can do to help relief and prevent further repetitive strain injury: Besides doing these exercises, I recommend you also think about getting a better mouse, one that does not make your hand cramp. For example, I use a trackball mouse that allows you to use your hands more freely. You can see various trackball mice here: http://amzn.to/2df0OjI Also change your keyboard out from the unnatural default keyboard, to an ergonomic keyboard like these: http://amzn.to/2ckWYFq Let me know in the comments how it goes for you! If these exercises have helped you save a trip to the doctor or avoided sick leave and other costs, consider doing your online shopping using the amazon affiliate links above (doesn't cost you extra), or donating a couple dollars! It's easy, just go to http://paypal.me/Sicco These Carpal tunnel (CPS) pain relief exercises were developed by Houshang Seradge, M.D.
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SmoothPoint - Regain full control of your mouse!
SmoothPoint is an exciting product from Vortant Technologies, LLC that helps provide extra control for mouse pointing and clicking. It's great for people with arthritis, tremor, or who want smooth, precise mouse action.
Razer Atheris - Productivity, Meet Performance
Your perfect companion at both the workstation and battlestation, the all-new Razer Atheris is here – rzr.to/atheris Built to last, the Razer Atheris will power through over 300 work hours without ever needing a change of batteries. This compact mobile mouse comes with industry-leading Adaptive Frequency Technology that ensures a stable connection no matter the environment. Equipped with a gaming-grade 7,200 DPI optical sensor, the Razer Atheris commands precision and accuracy for both work and play. Level up on- or off-work with the Razer Atheris. Learn more: rzr.to/atheris SUBSCRIBE and get hooked up with exclusive content, codes. and giveaways. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=cultofrazer Keep with the Cult: http://www.facebook.com/razer http://www.twitter.com/razer http://www.google.com/+razer http://www.razerzone.com
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Pocket Mouse
https://goo.gl/4XTaog GET IT NOW -- https://goo.gl/4XTaog Perfect For All Suffers From Carpal Tunnel, Arthritis & Dexterity Issues! The wireless mouse held like a pen with enhanced optical technology that lets you accurately work on any surface from anywhere in the room up to 30 feet away!! Works with pinpoint accuracy on all desktops, laptops, & even tablets. There is no software to install, just plug the receiver into any USB port and Pocket Mouse automatically connects. The secret is the pen shape design & wireless technology, which replicates your hand movement with incredible precision, giving you better control & more accuracy. It's built-in wireless technology allows you to write, click, swipe or use the scroll wheel to rapidly advance pages. Using a keyboard or traditional mouse repetitively can lead to painful carpal tunnel. Secure Checkout via: Visa - MasterCard, Android Pay, Apple Pay or PayPal GET IT NOW -- https://goo.gl/4XTaog Please SHARE With Friends & Family!
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Ergonomic Mice: 5 Fast Facts
See The 9 Best Ergonomic Mice on Ezvid Wiki ►► https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-ergonomic-mice Fact #1. Ergonomic mice are especially useful in reducing pain and discomfort for people suffering from ailments like arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome. However, switching over from a standard mouse can benefit virtually anyone. If you spend a substantial amount of time working at a computer, you may be at risk of developing a condition or sustaining other types of repetitive strain injuries. Fact #2. Office workers aren't the only ones to consider. Think about gamers, writers, and even students. In today's digital age, nearly everyone frequently uses a computer. When using a mouse, you subject the same muscles to small, repetitive movements for prolonged periods of time. They can have a greater impact on your long-term health than you may think. Fact #3. Ergonomic mice are designed so that the resting position of your hand, wrist, and arm is more natural. Some require the palm of your hand to be stationed in a vertical, upright position. This prevents the bones in your arm from crossing. Others help curb wrist movement by angling the thumb downward and encouraging you to use your arm more. In most cases, these positions are more comfortable for the user. Fact #4. A variety of models include numerous buttons placed in strategic locations across the device to facilitate certain functions. In many cases, these buttons can be re-programmed to suit your specific needs. These help create a personalized user experience. They also eliminate the need to reposition your arm to access the keyboard and accomplish certain tasks. Fact #5. Modern technology can be a wonderful thing. Today, you can choose from ergonomic mice with powerful Bluetooth capabilities, adjustable lighting, and laser tracking systems. Some even have a built-in power-saving mode. It automatically kicks in when the house has been idle for a certain period of time.
Views: 176 Ezvid Wiki
Computer Worker Stretches! Perfect for Texters and Mouse Clickers!
If you work for extended periods of time on the computer using a mouse - pointing/clicking, copying/pasting, dragging/dropping... these stretches are perfect for you to release finger, wrist and arm tension and tightness. If you text alot, the same applies! Open the space in your arms for energy to flow so that you feel better! (This pose series is an excerpt from the "Energizing Gentle Yoga DVD with Sherry Zak Morris"). For more of Sherry's Chair Yoga Videos, visit http://yogajp.com/sherryzakmorris.html Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for even more! http://www.YouTube.com/YogaJP Get Certified to Teach Chair Yoga! Online Training and Certification Program - online.yogavistaacademy.com https://twitter.com/YogaFor55Plus https://www.facebook.com/YogaJourneyProductions http://www.linkedin.com/in/sherryzakmorris
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(4K)PR: Comanro Ev Human Vertical Ergonomic Wired Mouse Review
I want to start off by saying this is my first ergonomic mouse. I was always skeptical of using ergonomic peripherals for whatever reason. Although I haven't been diagnosed with arthritis, i've always had a sharp pain on my wrist after several hours of using a mouse. This is my very first time using and owning an ergonomic mouse and I must say, this was such a perfect 'First Time'. Buy here: http://amzn.to/1TGaY7M Want to ask me a question? Send me a TEXT and i'll respond to you as soon as possible: (323) 800-6550 Music by: Taylor Galford Follow him on Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/taylorgalford ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theSTARTERS Twitter: @TheStartersPage Instagram: @thestarterspage ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Equipments I Use Often: -Panasonic Lumix G7 -Camera: Canon Rebel t2i -Audio-Technica AT8024 -Movo VXR40 Supercardioid Broadcast Shotgun Condenser Microphone -Movo Photo VS2000 Vertical Handheld Video Stabilizer -Movo Photo MGB-5 Aluminum Motorized 360° Pan / Tilt -Mcoplus LED-520 -Mcoplus LED520 Bi-color -FEELWORLD FW-759 7'' Slim HD Video Monitor
Views: 702 Sumagang Production
Hands with arthritis can type fast without pain on LightIO's Touchless Keyboard
You only need to block the light, not to press down anything. No force, no pain.
Views: 2918 Yong Yan
Meet Boomer the Foot Mouse
Boomer is the the first wireless Bluetooth foot mouse for anyone with limited use of hands from arthritis, stroke, or missing limbs. Ridiculously easy to use, works with PC, Mac and tablets, also ideal for sterile environments, computer gaming, and programming.
Views: 2276 TheDentalrat
Razer Atheris Review (Wireless and Bluetooth Gaming Mouse)
Optical sensor, wireless and Bluetooth in one of the smallest mice on the market. It's a compact version of the Razer Lancehead with an Abyssus V2 type front. With some modifications to the shape and a wired version to avoid the weight of batteries, this might have been the top small mouse. But this is not for competitive FPS play. This is more for people who need something small to go along with their laptop or maybe even tablet (if mouse is supported). There's a lot to like about it, but without those changes, it won't make the Top 40. You can buy using my Amazon Affiliate links here: AMAZON USA: http://amzn.to/2y0gP3C AMAZON UK: http://amzn.to/2Ail9gd If you're from Australia, you can buy at MWAVE here: https://www.mwave.com.au/product/razer-atheris-wireless-ambidextrous-gaming-mouse-ac07484 _____________________________________ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/RocketJumpNinja Twitch Streaming: https://www.twitch.tv/rocketjumpninja Website: http://www.rocketjumpninja.com Rocket Jump Ninja 1070: https://www.mwave.com.au/product/rocket-jump-ninja-1070-gaming-pc-ab87577 Audio equipment provided by Audio-Technica Australia http://audio-technica.com.au/
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Avoid Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Typing Properly | Pain Relief Chiropractic
Newton Andover NJ chiropractor Dr. William Holdsworth DC from Pain Relief Chiropractic LLC shows how to type properly on your keyboard to avoid carpal tunnel syndrome and pain, numbness, & tingling in your wrists. This will also help avoid tendinitis and tennis elbow. Pain Relief Chiropractic 527 U.S. 206 Andover Township NJ 07860 973-579-1921 http://painreliefchiropractic-newtonnj.com/
Exercises for wrist and hand pain from computer use
Matt shows you 3 simple exercises that he uses to train his wrist and forearm muscles to keep them happy and pain free throughout the day. If you have wrist and hand pain from computer use or you've been told you have carpal tunnel or a repetitive strain injury, you may find these exercises very helpful. Matt fought for years with constant pain in his hands, wrists, and elbows as a result of computer use and a lack of proper exercise. These exercises are part of a complete program of keeping the body feeling good. For a DIY program to help retrain shoulder basic mobility, strength, stability, and comfort, check out http://theshoulderfix.com ***Other Do It Yourself Exercise Programs *** http://uprighthealth.com/do-it-yourself-programs/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/uprighthealth Buy a T-shirt! http://uprighthealth.spreadshirt.com/ Movement Improvement Consulting, Orthopedic Massage and Personal Training in Redwood City, CA (San Francisco Bay Area) http://uprighthealth.com ---- Support us on Patreon! https://goo.gl/4EJiTi
Views: 1886 Upright Health
Causes of Mouse Pain
Mouse pain is very common if you use your computer mouse a lot. This video explains why gripping and pinching of an old fashioned, standard mouse may be the reason.
Views: 204 Sjoerd Eisma
Maus Deck Vertical Mouse Pad For Elbow Pain, Golfer's Elbow, Carpal Tunnel, Tennis Elbow
The Maus Deck™ Vertical Mouse Pad keeps your forearm at a natural and comfortable angle that reduces pain and promotes healing of the tendons and joints in cases such as Tendonitis, Golfer's Elbow, Tennis Elbow, Computer elbow, Mouse elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, Inner elbow pain, forearm pain. Available now at Amazon.com https://www.amazon.com/Maus-Ergonomic-Vertical-Syndrome-Arthritis/dp/B075JZ6S6G/ref=sr_1_6_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1509006997&sr=8-6&keywords=vertical+mouse+pad  Keeps arm at a natural 60 degree angle  Works for both Left & Right hands  Works with any mouse  May provide relief from: - Golfer's Elbow - Inner Elbow pain - Computer/Mouse Elbow - Tennis Elbow - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Arthritis - Tendonitis - Forearm pain - Inside elbow pain - Medial epicondylitis - Lateral epicondylitis - Stiff elbow - Forearm tingling - Forearm numbness - Mouse elbow - Mouse arm - Computer elbow
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A Better Computer Mouse Cursor for the Disabled
This is the VOA Special English Technology Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish Using a computer mouse or trackball can be a little tricky. You choose the object you want and move it to where you want it, only to have it end up in a different position. This happens to all of us sometimes, and we think little of it. But for people who have a difficult time controlling their movements, this little navigational issue can be a really big problem. Now, researchers at the University of Washington have developed new cursors that make activating objects easier for people with motor disabilities. Jacob Wobbrock is an assistant professor at the University of Washington. He leads the AIM Research Group that developed the cursors. Professor Wobbrock says mouse cursor operations are complex processes that assume things about computer users. He says, "For many people who have poor dexterity, the inability to control their fingers well, maybe pain in their wrists or hand, maybe arthritis -- those assumptions of the average user, they don't hold." The AIM Research Group has developed two cursors. One is called the Pointing Magnifier. Professor Wobbrock says it uses a large circular cursor instead of the traditional arrow pointer. Users can make the circle as big as they like. When the circle is positioned over the target, everything in the circle appears larger, almost filling the whole screen. This makes it easier for the user to click on the object. Inside that magnified view, the user sees the regular point cursor -- the little arrow. And with that they can click on the target they want or they can move the target. The AIM Research Group's Pointing Magnifier software can be downloaded free from the University of Washington website. AIM is short for Accessible, Interactive and Mobile. Professor Wobbrock says the group's main goal is to make information and computer systems more available and easier to use. And he says AIM's work is not just for people with disabilities. People usually think of accessibility as having to do with someone's physical or cognitive state. But Professor Wobbrock says some projects have looked at "situational impairments." These are challenges to accessibility that are caused more by the situation that the computer user is in. An example of this might be trying to walk and use a small mobile device at the same time. For VOA Special English, I'm Alex Villareal. MP3s, podcasts and transcripts our reports are at voaspecialenglish.com. We're also on Facebook and Twitter at VOA Learning English. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 18Apr2011)
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Mouse Jan 2011
This is Mouse and I just playing around. Im not asking too much as he has been a little unsound due to arthritis.
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Penclic Mouse B3 Wireless {Review}
Welcome to my review of the Penclic Mouse B3 Wireless. A unique design of a mouse which helps to ease the pain for those who have RSI, Arthritis or Carpal Tunnel but without the wires We hoped you enjoyed the video. Feel free to leave any comments and don't forget to "LIKE" the video to show your support and if you haven't already done so please also subscribe to us for more great content and giveaways from all the top brands. Please use the links down below to purchase UK -- https://amzn.to/2KaaDwl USA – https://amzn.to/2HnWgqN DE - https://amzn.to/2HXkd59 CA – TBC Rocket Fuel - http://amzn.to/1uPzJTD ********************************** Cheap Tech UK -- http://goo.gl/y8mXGD Cheap Tech USA - http://goo.gl/4x1aIy GT Omega Racing Office Chairs - http://goo.gl/OropsQ (Use "nismotech5" for 5% off) JMods Custom Controllers -- http://goo.gl/UfRnlS (Use "Nismo5" for %5 off) TopLEDShop -- For details on how to receive 15% discount click here - NoScopeGlasses - http://goo.gl/YIiFOf ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Come and connect with us!! http://www.nismotech.com http://www.twitter.com/NismoTechUK http://www.facebook.com/NismoTechUK http://www.NismoTech.com
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Carpal Tunnel mousepad - Ergonomic Gel Pads - padANDclick Wrist Rest, Arthritis mouse pad
The PAD N' CLICK accessory enhances a typical mouse by providing : a softer surface to click on an angled design that allows the finger to bend when clicking a more concave area for the fingers to increase the total surface of contact a PALM PAD to help curve the hand inward into a grasping mode Pads are designed to make the joints of fingers bend into a more natural position rather than remaining straight when clicking. Overall hand position is improved by changing into a more gripping/grasping position rather than pressing. Visit PADandClick
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Finger Joint Pain Relief - Step 1
At http://www.do-it-yourself-joint-pain-relief.com/finger-joint-pain-relief.html learn a do-it-yourself finger pain relief treatment that can be done by anyone, anytime, anywhere. Free yourself from finger joint pain in 3 Simple Steps...that you can do yourself...for Free.
Views: 246151 Gary Crowley
Penclic Mouse - Takes the computer mouse to the next level
Penclic combines innovative Swedish design and cutting edge technology into their mouses, giving an amazing new user experience. Purchase at www.ergonomicessentials.com.au The Penclic Mouse enables the extension of body movements and harnesses the natural power and dexterity in the fingers and hands. This creates a healthy and natural working position. Endless clicking and unnecessary cursor movements are a thing of the past whilst using the streamlined and efficient Penclic Mouse. Penclic´s innovative pen grip counteracts the health problems, like Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), obtained from using a traditional computer mouse. The end result is a stylish, ergonomic and highly practical mouse which can be utilised by all people in demanding professions, or by everyday users at home.
Penclic Mouse D3 {Review}
Welcome to my review of the Penclic Mouse D3. A unique design of a mouse which helps to ease the pain for those who have RSI, Arthritis or Carpal Tunnel. We hoped you enjoyed the video. Feel free to leave any comments and don't forget to "LIKE" the video to show your support and if you haven't already done so please also subscribe to us for more great content and giveaways from all the top brands. Please use the links down below to purchase UK -- http://amzn.to/2wamJC7 USA – http://amzn.to/2w1Di2x DE - http://amzn.to/2x42VfR CA – TBC Rocket Fuel - http://amzn.to/1uPzJTD ********************************** Cheap Tech UK -- http://goo.gl/y8mXGD Cheap Tech USA - http://goo.gl/4x1aIy GT Omega Racing Office Chairs - http://goo.gl/OropsQ (Use "nismotech5" for 5% off) JMods Custom Controllers -- http://goo.gl/UfRnlS (Use "Nismo5" for %5 off) TopLEDShop -- For details on how to receive 15% discount click here - NoScopeGlasses - http://goo.gl/YIiFOf ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Come and connect with us!! http://www.nismotech.com http://www.twitter.com/NismoTechUK http://www.facebook.com/NismoTechUK http://www.NismoTech.com
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The Most BIZARRE Keyboard...
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Moving the Cursor - Smyle Mouse (the next-gen head controlled mouse software)
Smyle Mouse is the next generation head mouse / head controlled mouse that works with a simple webcam. It is based on award-winning, patent pending technology from Perceptive Devices. https://smylemouse.com. Control your computer with your smile! Smyle Mouse[TM] provides complete hands-free and voice-free control to desktop/laptops/tablets based on Microsoft Windows 7 and above. It can be especially helpful to people suffering from motor impairments due to spinal cord or traumatic brain injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, arthritis, etc.
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Light Relief Elite
Helps to eleviate pain due to strain, arthritis or any type of muscular pain.
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Squinchi - The Ergonomic Wrist Device Seen on CBC's Dragons' Den
Are you getting tired of suffering with wrist pain from using a computer mouse, keyboard or other pointing devices? Just stick it! Squinchi is designed to reduce pain and fatigue in the wrist and hand while using a computer mouse, keyboard or other pointing devices. Squinchi’s sleek design moves with you to provide support and comfort and a more effortless, pivoting range of motion for your hand and wrist. Since there are no cumbersome straps, squinchi can make transitions between the keyboard and mouse easy. Once you stick it, the squinchi creates a pivoting cushion, reducing the pressure and offers more movement. The medical grade adhesive gel pad sticks directly to your skin and the squinchi comes with a convenient cover to keep it clean and prevent the gel pad from drying out . It is easily attached with a single motion and removed in a single motion and put away.The cover is keychain and lanyard friendly which makes transport easy.
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Top 10 Tips for RSI
RSI, or repetitive strain injury, is a common problem for intensive keyboard or mouse users. In this video I present ten practical things that you can do to deal with RSI, based on 20 years of first hand experience. You may also be interested in my related videos: Computing Health & Safety: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8qGO7XQ0Uw PC Speech Recognition Software: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8KgwiGvsOs Beating RSI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DR9fAQuOK8 More videos on computing-related topics can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingcomputers You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingthefuture
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Ergonomic Mouse and Keyboard - Free Training
http://workpainfree.com. Instant stress relief for computer users. Get this free ergonomics training program which explains the correct use of the keyboard and mouse and outlines the total prevention of carpal tunnel syndrome as well as the common shoulder pain from incorrect usage of the computer mouse. This free program also covers ergonomic keyboards and how to use them correctly.
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Computer Worker Yoga Series 2 - Arthritis and Eye Strain Buster (Shoulders and Face too!)
As you type and work away, your eyes are working hard to keep their focus on the task at hand. And your shoulders and fingers are doing double-duty to get your work done. Give your eyes, fingers and shoulders a break with these great series of stretches. Let's even release tension in your beautiful face! Open up some space for energy to flow so that you feel better! (This pose series is an excerpt from the "Energizing Gentle Yoga DVD with Sherry Zak Morris"). Fore more info, visit www.YogaJP.com.
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Why HandShoe Mouse Has No Thumb Buttons
The HandShoe Mouse is an ergonomic mouse and takes into account that the thumb is restricted in its motion possibilities. Repetitive thumb motions to activate thumb buttons could thus lead to inflammation.This will cause pain, tenderness, swelling over the thumb side of the wrist and difficulty gripping. So, to protect you, we do not have thumb buttons!
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OzHealth Arthritis Cream Today Tonight Story 13/08/10
Order at http://shop.ozhealthpharma.com.au/arthritis-relief/ or call 1300 077 707 OzHealth Arthritis Cream is Clinically Proven to provide Fast & Effective Pain Relief of arthritis, joint pain, back pain, muscle pain.... Call our on call team of pharmacists now! Call us now for more info: 1300 077 707 or email us on info@ozhealthpharma.com.au or visit our website on: http://www.ozhealthpharma.com.au/ Arthritis Cream Reporter: Frank Pangallo Nearly four million Australians suffer from some form of arthritis, while almost 24 billion dollars is spent managing it. "The most effective treatments are simple analgesics - panadol, anti- inflammatory drugs - but we are now finding a lot of natural products like Glucosamine and Chondroitin are also effective and have a long term benefit as well", said Professor Marc Cohen, from Melbourne's RMIT University. He says there is now ample clinical evidence about the benefits of products containing Glucosamine and Chondroitin sulphate, which are derived from animal and shark cartilage. "Glucosomine and Chondrotion not only treat the pain of osteoarthritis, when they are taken in tablet form over a long time, they can actually slow down the disease process which is exciting news for osteoarthritis sufferers", he said. Exciting too is an arthritis cream made by Ozhealth that delivers those two miracle ingredients -- plus camphor and peppermint oil -- straight to problem joints with almost immediate results. "We know that Glucosamine and Chondroitin are naturally occurring in your joints and help cushion the joints. But we were actually surprised that they work so well in the cream form and we were surprised that they worked so quickly. Normally, when you take Glucosamine & Chondroitin they take some weeks or months to work, whereas people with the cream had effects in one day", Professor Cohen said. In his eight-week clinical trial of the cream, Professor Cohen also found that its rapid pain reduction compared favourably to the popular anti-inflammatory drug, Ibruprofen. "People had less than half the pain so it was very effective. We also found it was very safe and free of side effects", he added. So severe was the arthritic pain in his knees that seventy two year old Ray Burns almost gave up his love of golf. "Joints in my knees were like they were crunching on each other", Ray said. Ray found instant relief rubbing the cream into his knees twice a day and has now reduced taking prescribed anti-inflammatory drugs -- he's also ditched getting around his golf course in a cart. "Since I've had the arthritis cream, after a month playing 18 holes without much trouble, I am also walking better", Ray said. Cheryl Gall is 55 -- she's one of two and half million Australians who continue to work with the debilitating condition. "My arthritis a problem going up and down stairs, normal everyday things -- sitting in chair, getting up, using a computer mouse", Cheryl said. Cheryl, a receptionist with a physiotherapist, began using the cream after clients at the business reported amazing results. "My arthritis a lot better now I've been using cream 18 months. It used to be lot worse - ankles, knees, wrists, general pain. Its fantastic, better than anything else I have used", she added. Pharmacist, Magdy Eskander, the CEO of Ozhealth says his arthritis cream works so well because it unique formula is able to be absorbed quickly through the skin to the problem area. "It's a natural product, it does not affect any other medication people are taking - it is very safe", he said."Glucosomoner and Chondroiton have much less side effects and certainly it's not recommended to be on anti-inflammatory drugs as a long term treatment because of side effects", Professor Cohen said. And Professor Cohen has this suggestion to tackle arthritis head on - "We know cream works a lot faster so you can start using the cream and take the tablets. The tablets do take some weeks or months to work, so in that period you can start the cream while tablets start getting effective".
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Trackball Mice: 5 Fast Facts
See The 10 Best Trackball Mice on Ezvid Wiki ►► https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-trackball-mice Fact #1. Like all mice, they are basically a pointing device. These are made up of a freely-moving ball held in place by a socket. They also have sensors for detecting movement and rotation. A user can move one with their fingers, thumb, or the palm of their hand. They have no limits to their movement. You can continue rolling the ball even when the pointer has nowhere else to go. A traditional mouse has to be lifted and repositioned when you run out of room. Fact #2. They help reduce wrist strain. You simply don't have to do repetitive movements. Regular mice can lead to arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or any other RSI. These just requires your fingers. Fact #3. If you need precise control, these are a great option. That can be in a variety of different fields. Gamers who play first person shooters appreciate them. Instead of having to buy an expensive mousepad, they just work. People who spend long hours in Photoshop also find them useful. Whether you are drawing or editing photographs, they will not require awkward movements. They're equally useful for people doing Computer Aided Design. Fact #4. They were invented by the armed forces. The original patent went to Ralph Benjamin in 1946. He was part of the British Royal Navy Scientific Service. He used it on an analog computer when doing radar plotting. He thought there should be a better way to point than with a joystick. They resurfaced in 1952 with some Canadian scientists working on DATAR. It wasn't until the 1980s that they started to see more widespread popular use. Fact #5. Look for one that's easy to clean. Many have easily-detachable balls. That way, spilling on them isn't the end of the world. And even if you're careful, your hands get dirty. Keeping them spotless makes for better performance.
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Hand training | Excellent finger exercise | Marina Aagaard, MFE
Combat computer mouse overuse injury. Finger exercise, hand training; office exercise or at-home workout with just an ordinary rubberband. Avoid chronic overuse pain in the wrist and elbow (and shoulder). Use your hands in a balanced way; do this simple exercise. Please 'like' if you do and find this helpful. http://youtu.be/Qv74a6U1CBc
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Razer Mamba Chroma | Best Wireless Gaming Mouse?!
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OrthoMouse: The Healthy Mouse
OrthoMouse permits you to adapt it to the size, shape and function of your hand and fingers. Your hand Works and Rests in the "Position of Function" (the correct and innocuous position for mouse use)
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