I'd never heard of a mouse bridge until I was over browsing the Safe Computing web site. It's a flat little device that raises the height of your mouse pad and moves it closer to the keyboard (it looks like it's meant to hover over the number pad, which most of us don't use anyway). Please don'../2005/08/are_trigger_poi.html">trigger points and pain in other parts of the body--since I've talked about that in other posts, I won't go deeper here). Long story short, a mouse bridge seems like a device that might do some good, since it brings the mouse in closer, so you aren't stretching to the side to do your clicking.
Has anyone used one or have any thoughts on the subject?
The mouse bridges are available over at Safe Computing: http://www.safecomputing.com/deskraisers.html Prices start at $21.99.