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Wristease® Portable Ergonomic Wrist Support
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Wristease (rist-eez) is the newly patented, portable, ergonomic wrist rest support product that goes where you go (2 per pack).
It is great for both keyboard and mouse support. Wristease® is a comfortable, stretchable terry-cotton wristband with a poly foam cushion insert to provide the proper amount of support to your wrists.
You can use Wristease® to help prevent pain from repetitive strain injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. But wristease® is not just for computer users! Piano players, crafters, seamstresses, accountants, data entry, metal fabricators, assemblyline workers, and many other professionals are finding Wristease® is perfect for relieving pain in their daily routines.
Wristease® gives ergonomic support by adding the proper amount of cushioning under the wrist to ensure that it stays at a level plane that is parallel to the desk surface of both the keyboard and mouse. By keeping the hand and forearm on the same parallel plane, Wristease® aids in the prevention of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and other ergonomic problems associated with repetitive stress tasks in the work environment.
- 95% cotton and 5% Spandex wristband with a poly memory foam pillow.
- Available in small, medium and large wrist sizes
- Available in black or pink
- 2 per pack
- Machine washable, air dry
- Patented and patents pending
SIzes: Note 2 per pack
- Small = Wrist circumference less than 12.7cm (5 ") - Fits most children and very petite wrists
- Medium = Wrist circumference between 12.7 to 17.8cm (5" to 7") - Fits most teens and adults
- Large = Wrist circumference over 17.8cm (7") - Fits large adults
Some USA Facts About Repetitive Strain Injuries and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Repetitive strain injuries are a highly common and costly occupational health problem. They are the fastest growing category of work-related illness. Nearly two-thirds of all occupational illnesses reported were caused by exposure to repeated trauma to workers upper body (the wrist, elbow or shoulder). One common example of such an ergonomic injury is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Musculoskeletal disorders, including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, are among the most prevalent medical conditions in the U.S. They account for 14% of physician visits and 19% of hospital stays. 62% of the persons with musculoskeletal disorders report some degree of limitation on activity.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the #1 reported medical problem in the USA, accounting for about 50% of all work-related injuries. It also results in the highest number of days lost among all work related injuries. The U.S. Department of Labor has concluded that Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the "chief occupational hazard of the 90's" - disabling workers in epidemic proportions.
849,000 new cases of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occur annually. Currently, it affects over 8-million Americans. Presently, 25% of all computer operators have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Women are twice as likely to develop Carpal Tunnel as opposed to their male counterparts. Up to 36% of all Carpal Tunnel Syndrome patients require unlimited medical treatment. Surgery for the condition is the second most common type of surgery, with well over 230,000 procedures performed annually. Approximately 260,000 Carpal Tunnel release operations are performed each year, with 47% of the cases considered to be work related. Only 23% of all Carpal Tunnel Syndrome patients were able to return to their previous professions following surgery. The surgery has about a 57% failure rate following patients from 1-day to 6-years. At least one of the following symptoms reoccurred during this time: pain, numbness, tingling sensations.
to go from one mouse pad to another. Wristease® are not only used by computer users, they are used by pool players, seamstresses, scapbookers, piano players, assembly line workers, golfers, video gamers, and many more people find new uses for Wristease® everyday!