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http://IGMproducts.com & http://www.Warm-Mouse-Heated-Keyboard.com - Visit the Learning Center for more great articles! from Financial Mail Hand pain and strain are at a record high because of the time we now spend in front of a computer. But there is much we can do to avoid surgery,...
Sun, Feb 1 2009
FREE product review: Mouse Hand Warmer products from IGMproducts.com
Dear OT Connections Members: As a member of the AOTA, I am seeking professionals to test and review my products free of charge . I invented an OT support tool for hand injuries. It was introduced to the market in October 2008. It is designed to help heal the pain associated with computer mouse...
Sun, Feb 1 2009
ValueRays® Warm Mouse: The computer ergonomics missing link
http://IGMproducts.com & http://www.Warm-Mouse-Heated-Keyboard.com Ever wonder why computer mice are shaped the way they are ? Does your mouse hand ache regardless of the shape of computer mouse you use? I've asked myself lately, and came to the conclusion people are all the same, yet they...
Wed, Mar 25 2009
ValueRays® Heated Computer Keyboard: Ergonomic warm wrist pad provides support
http://IGMproducts.com & http://www.Warm-Mouse-Heated-Keyboard.com * * * * * Do your OT clients complain of cold hands? Stiff joints? Hand pain? Do they suffer with wrist pain when using the computer keyboard? Maybe they need a computer keyboard warming wrist support pad . Heated ergonomic...
Tue, Mar 10 2009
Cold, Achy Fingers? Use ValueRays® Warm Mouse
http://IGMproducts.com & http://www.Warm-Mouse-Heated-Keyboard.com The infrared heated ergonomic computer products in this article are available online at Warm-Mouse-Heated-Keyboard.com or IGMproducts.com by Marji Hajic, BellaOnline's Ergonomics Editor For those who experience cold...
Sat, May 23 2009
Wave for World Arthritis Day!
Today, October 12, is World Arthritis Day and to show support for the many people around the world with arthritis all you need to do is wave. The World Arthritis Day 2012 site is collecting photos and videos of people waving today. Join thousands of supporters around the world and take a photo of...
Fri, Oct 12 2012
Despite conventional wisdom, exercise good for recovering from cancer and arthritis
Exercise. Working out. Training. Lifting. Going to the gym. No matter what you call it, the health benefits of an active lifestyle make it something we should all be doing. New research shows that exercise can be especially beneficial to people with arthritis and cancer...
Thu, Aug 18 2011
Beating the odds: Stories of people doing the 'impossible'
I’m pretty sure everyone enjoys a story where a person overcomes difficulties and achieves some goal or dream that everyone else had thought was impossible. Occupational therapy is all about helping people do things they want to do despite injuries, illness, disabilities, or old age. Quadruple...
Thu, Oct 20 2011
OT in New York Times! Managing Arthritis
An occupational therapist was recently quoted in the New York Times in an article about tips for staying active with arthritis. The article mentions that arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the U.S., and that the millions of people with arthritis can have an easier and less painful life with...
Thu, Jul 19 2012
Tips for living with arthritis
Did you know that an estimated 50 million Americans have some form of arthritis? Arthritis is joint inflammation that affects one or more joints in the body and causes symptoms such as joint and muscle pain, morning stiffness, swelling, and fatigue. If you or someone you knows...
Wed, May 30 2012
Rheumatoid Arthritis affects million of people world wide *Rheumatoid Arthritis is inflammation of one or more joints, which results in pain, swelling, stiffness, and limited movement. There are over 100 different types of arthritis. Alternative names * joint inflamation Causes *Rheumatoid...
Tue, Nov 1 2011
Attention Indianapolis-area OTs!
We need your help to promote a new Talk About Session being held in conjunction with conference for the general public. “Experts in Arthritis” is an enduring nationwide program that provides the opportunity for people with arthritis to meet with world-class experts in arthritis...
Wed, Mar 21 2012
Media Advisory: Experts in Arthritis Session to Help Patients Become Champions for their Care
Free session scheduled for April 25 as part of AOTA’s Annual Conference & Expo INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Arthritis and other rheumatic conditions are the second most common musculoskeletal disease among adults and often lead to serious disabilities. It is estimated that 46 million Americans...
Mon, Apr 9 2012
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