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4Oct/070

Repetitive Strain Injury Solution 2 – tried to use (or to wear) a medical hand-wrist splint

#2 - with my repetitive strain injury solution number 2 I tried to support my wrist directly with a wrist splint. This was exactly what my doctor recommened to my Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI).

with my repetitive strain injury solution #2: supporting my wrist directly with a wrist splint

The "feeling" on keyboard writing and mouse operations is some kind of strange at the beginning. The first days I really thought this might help my on my repetitive strain injury problem. But as mentioned before:

You have to change the causation, not the sympthoms!

In my personal oppinion - this wrest splint is only lowering the sympthoms - little lowering of wrist pain. But you should really think about changing the causation...

So I had to find some other repetitive strain injury solutions. In fact I found 10 solutions. Read more on repetitive strain injury solution #3 -rest your injured wrist on a supporting mouse or keyboard pad.

••• Also read my complete repetitive strain injury medical history compendium and my solution abstract

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4Oct/070

Repetitive Strain Injury Solution 3 – rest injured wrist on a wrist supporting mouse or keyboard pad

#3 - with my repetitive strain injury solution number 3 I thought about fighting my RSI with hard pain on my right hand/wrist with a cheap wrist-supporting pad.

After some weeks I found out - this is better than noting! But my RSI with hard wrist pain didn’t disappear. It just became a little better. Usually this pads are pretty cheap. I suggest to give it a try. If the pain can't be healed, try some other additional repetitive strain injury (rsi) solutions.

repetitive strain injury solution number 3: fighting the RSI with hard pain on my right hand/wrist with a cheap wrist-supporting pad

After that I tried to exchanged my usual mouse against a trackball-mouse. So this was my next try as Repetitive Strain Injury Solution #4.

••• Also read my complete repetitive strain injury medical history compendium and my solution abstract

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4Oct/071

Repetitive Strain Injury Solution 4 – exchanged usual computer mouse against a trackball

Repetitive strain injury (rsi) solution number 4: After my unsuccessful try #3 I exchanged my usual mouse against a trackball-mouse.
Actually a trackball is an inverted mouse. So there you move the "mouse-ball" directly and the "mouse-body" stands still.
This is a good solution - it's a complte other way to operate your mouse cursor. But imaging - after a couple of weeks - you're still operating the same way all day long. You just re-schedule your RSI problem. Think about it.

Repetitive Strain Injury Solution Nr.4 - exchanged usual computer mouse against a trackball to heal carpal-tunnel-syndrome


At the end I had to say this can not heal a Repetitive Strain Injury for a very long time. Then I remembered my doctor who detected my problem in the upper back. So I tried sitting stright up on a funny sitting ball. So this was my Repetitive Strain Injury solution #5.

Also read my complete repetitive strain injury medical history compendium and my solution abstract.

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