hans at fugal.net
Wed Aug 30 14:58:34 MDT 2006
I don't know if it will help your pinky, but if you do a lot of mousing
(e.g. web browsing or using GUI programs a lot) you might find relief
from a trackball. I try to avoid mousing, but when doing a lot of web
research it's hard to avoid and a trackball is a lot of help. I like the
logitech marble mouse.
Another thing you might try is paying attention to whether you rest your
wrists on the edge of the desk. If you do, then try not to. Try to get a
desk with a rounded corner or use one of those gel wrist thingies, if
you can't bring yourself not to rest your wrists on the edge of the
On Wed, 30 Aug 2006 at 12:57 -0700, Jeffrey Moss wrote:
> Does anybody else get pain in the fingers? What caused it and
> what'd you do about it? I went to a doctor last year for debilitating
> pain in my hands (mostly my right index finger), he said it was
> tendonitis and gave me steroids, which helped me recover but this pain
> in my index finger never went away. I've been thinking it's either a
> pinched nerve or permanant tendon damage or something. Any thoughts?
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> Don't fear the penguin.
Hans Fugal ; http://hans.fugal.net
There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the
right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.
-- Johann Sebastian Bach
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