WristWand Restores PC “Typing” Tendons?

If you’re reading this, we don’t have to tell you what happens when you’re online for several hours, furiously typing away, trying to balance your laptop on the backseat of a moving vehicle — or even propped up all comfy on a chaise lounge. Yes, you all share one thing: that pesky hand-cramp, otherwise known as carpal tunnel syndrome (or, if you don’t have the actual “syndrome,” you can certainly tell how it feels, nonetheless).

Hey, who knew avid notebook use would create this kind of bonding experience? Well, like it or not, it does. But you don’t have to put up with the strain any more; there’s a new carpal tunnel syndrome treatment on the market that will enable you to keep those whizfingers whirring – and it’s fast, simple, and inexpensive.

The WristWand was created as a treatment for Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), also known as Repetitive Strain Disorder or Cumulative Trauma Disorder (CTD), which all of you enthusiastic keyboard and mouse users probably know first-hand (yes, pun intended).

This carpal tunnel syndrome treatment stretches the areas commonly under stress with routine use of the computer keyboard, in particular. You can actually stretch several connective tissues that form the muscles most used while typing by simply gripping the WristWand and internally rotating your forearm, which increases circulation and helps repair tissue.

This kind of stretching, when done properly (read the manual), may relieve the stress in the arms, back, and neck, and increase overall joint mobility. So the next time you attack your keyboard, warm up your tendons and ligaments first. You may avoid those wretched – and sometimes irreversible — conditions like swollen tendons and nerve damage in your all- important hands and wrists.

And, for those of you who happen to play the piano, guitar, or are fervent golfers or tennis aces while away from your laptop, you’ll benefit even more from this form of carpal tunnel syndrome treatment: The WristWand is an excellent multitasker.

For more information visit – www.wristwand.com