A lot of products are designed for simplicity and cost saving rather than good ergonomics. Buying products designed for ergonomic comfort and to aid mobility conditions means you can work smarter and not harder, reducing and preventing RSI symptom flareups.
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Here are some examples of different product categories:
Double sided pegs
Orthoses (splints) for the hand and wrist may be helpful in some cases for managing pain and swelling and maintaining the correct alignment of joints
Button hooks can make doing up buttons easier.
Many different types of jar, bottle and tube openers are now available.
A tap turner is a portable lever device that can assist with the turning action required to operate a tap
Ergonomic kitchen utensils
Self-propelled electric lawnmower
Foot operated controls