Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
Dr. Sebastian Ruggeri, M.D., F.A.A.O.S., a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, released his expert opinion about the medical benefits of Sports Mouse™ sphere-shape computer mouse design versus the traditional computer mouse design.
“We were thrilled when we read the report! It validates what we believed from day one,” said Nick Pajic, Founder & CEO of Sports Mouse, LLC, based in Phoenix, Arizona. Statement by Dr. Sebastian B. Ruggeri, MD.
"The sports mouse fits the palm and fingers of the hand much better than a traditional mouse. It causes much less stress on the fingers, allowing more repetitive use of the hand without causing tendonitis or neuritis. Generally it is important that when the fingers are used the wrist should remain in extension to avoid pressure of the tendons as well as the flexor retinaculum onto the median nerve in the carpal canal. This device [Sports Mouse] accomplishes that much better than a typical mouse. If the wrist and fingers are in flexion at the same time the flexor tendons tend to bowstring at the carpal canal putting pressure on the median nerve and irritating the nerve itself causing carpal tunnel symptoms. When using the sports mouse the wrist is never in a flexed position and the tendons will never bowstring at the wrist."
About Sports Mouse
Sports Mouse, LLC (formerly Jelfin) is a young, innovative, forward thinking company committed to designing, making and turning ordinary products that we use every day into extraordinary must have products with personality. The ball-shape computer mouse design fits better into the natural curvature of the hand. Mouse users cup their fingers naturally around the ball rather than extending them out for more natural and ergonomic feel that translates into superior performance.
Sports Mouse is led by its Founder, Chairman & CEO Nick Pajic, an accomplished entrepreneur and inventor whom most recently founded SkyMedia, a media company that pioneered patented specialty in-flight advertising for the US airline industry. In 2008, SkyMedia was acquired by a multi-billion private equity firm in New York in a packaged sale totaling $157 million. For more information, visit http://www.sportsmouse.net.
ABOUT DR. SEBASTIAN B. RUGGERI, MD, F.A.A.O.S.
Member of the American Society of the Hand
Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Arizona Medical Association
Maricopa County of Medical Society
Good Samaritan Medical Center
Paradise Valley Hospital
Phoenix Children's Hospital
Phoenix Memorial Hospital
Scottsdale Memorial-Osborn Hospital
St. Joseph's Hospital
St. Luke's Hospital
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