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I had been experiencing pain in my hands, wrists, and forearms that was diagnosed by a specialist as tendonitis. Though the pain had started as a minor annoyance, it quickly escalated to the point where I could no longer do my work, which involves many hours each day at a computer and considerable amounts of data entry. At one point, I had taken 5 straight...
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Tendonitis and What You Don’t Know About Treating It

Millions of people suffer from the pain and frustration of tendonitis (or tendonitis) in the form of shoulder pain, elbow pain, and forearm pain every day. Also known as pitcher’s shoulder, swimmer’s shoulder, tennis elbow, or golfer’s elbow, this painful condition stops its victims from doing many of the normal daily tasks they perform at home, at work, and for fun, including tooth brushing, driving, and opening doors.

What Is Tendonitis and What Causes It?

“Tendinitis is inflammation or irritation of a tendon — any one of the thick fibrous cords that attach muscles to bones. The condition causes pain and tenderness just outside a joint. While tendinitis can occur in any of your body’s tendons, it’s most common around your shoulders, elbows, [and] wrists.”
Source: Mayo Clinic

The biggest cause of this condition is uncoordinated movements such as twisting (lateral hand isolation), finger isolation, stretching, curling, and pushing down too hard on the keys. In other words, harmful movements repeated over and over again.

Learn How to Cure and Prevent Should Pain, Elbow Pain, Forearm Pain and Tendonitis from Typing

While sitting at the correct height, align your fingers, hands, and forearm so they can move as a unit. This basic alignment supports the fingers in putting down the keys effortlessly without pushing. Use the forearm to move from key to key and row to row without stretching and isolating your fingers, and without twisting your hand.

Expensive equipment such as ergonomic keyboards, wrist rests, and splints are not curative and can actually worsen your injury.

The techniques taught in the Healthy Typing Video have been developed from decades of anatomic and biometric studies and have been fully endorsed by a number of top medical professionals. The MoveRight System and the Healthy Typing Video gets right to the root cause of the pain and discomfort and how to cure it yourself. And, we have many satisfied clients who are now able to type and enjoy a pain-free life to prove it.

The techniques found in the Healthy Typing Video cure the root causes of the pain and discomfort you’re suffering with and help you understand how to avoid those harmful finger and arm movements so that you too can enjoy the rest of your life without pain.

The tips revealed here are just the start. To learn more about preventing shoulder pain, elbow pain, forearm pain and tendonitis discomfort associated with typing, purchase the Healthy Typing Video.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this website, while endorsed by many doctors, were not developed using formal medical training. This video is not a critique of standard computer keyboards and handheld devices, but rather, a discussion of ways to use them more efficiently.

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