yes it would not hurt..Originally Posted by badmofaux
are you sure that is the mouse in your right handOriginally Posted by Robboe
many people I know have that, (me included at one point)from leaning on their mouse hand/wrist, or over compensating and trying to take pressure off the wrist by supporting the arm and partial body lean all on the elbow - putting more stress on the shoulder. Take a good look at your posture and workstation set up. Do you have arms on the chair you use? Are they even with the desk surface? What kind of mouse do you use? Any wrist pad used? Do you put pressure on the palm/heel of your hand, or support your arm by firmly planting your elbow on the chair arm? Make sure you center you keyboard/monitor with your chair and have the mouse in easy reaching distance to not over extend your arm. sit square to desk/monitor and feet comfortably flat on the ground..etcOriginally Posted by Robboe
I have an office chair with no arm rests.
My typical stance is hunched over, resting on my left elbow with my hand holding my chin and my right hand resting on my mouse. I have a mouse matt, and it is exactly in line with the edge of my desk.
Does that help?
I have read in sereral places on the net that extended periods of mouse work at a computer desk can cause shoulder/trap tightness.
I suffer with this as i work for an IT company and see a sports masseur every other week to work on the trap area/subscapular release as after several weeks without treatment (and heavy deadlifting) the tightness can extend all the way up to the base of my skull.
Just my two penneth ;-)
I pay £22 for an hour mate, or £15 for half - V cheap but then ive used this person for a while now.
Anyone take just 3 caps per day of supercissus and get good results....I don't feel like dropping anymore money on my PCT which is gettin a little expensive.
Whoops, that thread was pretty old.
Cissus helped heal me up last year with a quickness after I had surgery to repair my broken arm. Has to be one of the best supps out there for repair.