Help for Your Hands

In today’s world technology is something we cannot live without.  Although technology can make life simpler in many ways, it is also making things more difficult.  For instance, the stress these always available devices place on our hands and wrists.  Repetitive movements, such as texting and typing, can lead to pain and musculoskeletal disorders that can have long-term consequences.  So how can you enjoy the conveniences the digital world has to offer while avoiding long-term damage?  Take a look at the following handout from Advance for Physical Therapy and Rehab Medicine to learn about some helpful techniques and check out our previous post, “Don’t Wrist Injury—Positioning and Stretching Can Help.”

Advance: Protect Hands From Digital Distress