It is important to realize that the position of the hand and the motion of the hand by just moving from the wrist can have significant negative effects.
Pain in the elbow region is sometimes attributed to resting the elbow on the armrest of the chair. This is and cannot, however, be the source of this type of complaints.
In fact, it appears that repetitive motions of the hand when handling the computer mouse by moving the wrist sideways, may gradually lead to some swelling (hypertrophy) of the muscle that enables the wrist to flex. This muscle is situated around the elbow. In some cases this swelling may result in painful nerve compression in the elbow region.
This complaint can very easily occur with the use of a conventional mouse. The user usually grips the mouse and moves the hand from the wrist which rests on the desk.
The bio-design of the HandShoe Mouse is made in such a way, that your wrist, hand, and fingers are fully supported. That’s how the HandShoe Mouse allows a free movement from the forearm and wrist. This design prevents unnecessary friction.