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Subject: [Leica] Wrist pain ergonomics
From: tedgrant at (Ted Grant)
Date: Tue Aug 12 21:58:28 2008

Bob Adler offered Mark Rabiner good advice!

Subject: Re: [Leica] Wrist pain ergonomics

>>Using a mouse? Right handed? Switch to left handed...

Keeps one's mind balanced :-)<<<<


Hi Bob,

Without Mark getting x-rays or other medical attention you've given him the
best advice he can try at the moment. Free! :-)

Switch the mouse to his left hand and quickly learn how to work it left
handed. I had to do that a few years ago due to a shoulder injury and it was
quite easy to work with the "wrong hand" as we maybe accustomed to.

Sure eliminated a the pain and pill taking.





----- Original Message ----

From: Mark Rabiner <>

To: Leica Users Group <>

Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 9:26:34 PM

Subject: [Leica] Wrist pain ergonomics


My new challenge in this wonderful new life of mine is intense wrist pain.

My right wrist.

I always liked my right wrist and hand.

Last three days it seems threatening to give out on me.

What's going on?

Tunnel carpel no doubt.


I have to figure out fast what I'm doing wrong ergonomically.

I've Googled wrist pain and am not coming up with a concise computer

ergonomics info panel; so I can correct my situation.


I know this happens to everybody. Now its me.


I'm a very nice guy I promise I need to not have my right wrist and forearm

freak out on me.


Inquiring wrists want to know.


Squeeze a sponge?

Rise my chair?

Mark William Rabiner






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