About

RSIInformation.com was created by an RSI sufferer to help others make sense of the sometimes conflicting information we receive from doctors, therapists, and websites.

My goal is to be the most authoritative source on the Internet for accurate (and cited where possible) information on RSI, detailed and helpful product reviews,  and articles about how to live a happier and more productive life while dealing with this condition.

The information on this site is meant to be a supplement to information you receive from your doctor and/or your physical therapist and should not be taken as medical advice. I am not a doctor, and if you believe that you are suffering from RSI symptoms you should see a doctor as soon as possible.

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    1. Sorry for the delay. Been traveling for a while.

      I’m currently placing the Wacom pad kind of off-center to the right on my keyboard tray. The keyboard is behind it, which is definitely not optimal because I have to reach for the keyboard. I’m okay with it because 95% of the words on-screen come from my voice recognition.

      The only other reasonable place to put the pad would be to the right or the left of the keyboard, and I think that places it too far off center. Most keyboard trays aren’t wide enough for that, and even if they were I would be concerned about the repetitive motion going back and forth between the keyboard and the pad.

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