VARIABLE TENSION EXERCISER FOR THUMB AND/OR INDIVIDUAL FINGERS
* Patent Pending
Computer/Office Mouse Finger has become a term to describe finger pain and/or discomfort that result from extensive use of the computer mouse. Such movements, repeated day after day, thousands upon thousands of times, will eventually strain the muscles and tendons of the forearms, wrists, and fingers, thus causing pain, discomfort and decreased range of motion, as well as numbness, tingling, or hypersensitivity to touch.
Healthy fingers & wrists means improved range of motion, strength, and endurance. Only VariGrip UNO has the ability to exercise and improve your range of motion using both flexion and extension exercises and conditioning.
The following exercises are recommended for improving range of motion, endurance, strength and dexterity for computer/office mouse finger:
Put the specific finger you want to exercise all the way through the exercise loop. Hold UNO loosely with your other fingers with the exercise loop at the top. Start with the two smaller joints straight and the base of the finger bent (flexed) as much as you can. You can also use your other hand to help stabilize the UNO. Without moving the entire arm or hand, just raise the finger as if to point direction hold the finger straight for 3-5 seconds, then relax back into starting position. Repeat 10 times slowly, or as instructed by a healthcare professional.
VariGrip™ UNO is the only variable resistance exerciser for thumb & individual fingers. The UNO features patented variable resistance technology, providing customized resistance for both flexion and extension of the thumb or any individual finger, thus improving strength, endurance, circulation and range of motion more effectively.
The patent-pending design is ideal for rehab/therapy, as well as for improved range of motion for gaming, texting, office/mouse finger pain, and the general health of fingers and/thumbs. Adjustable resistance (from extra-light thru extra-heavy), provides customized resistance for thumb and/or finger conditioning, and gradual progression based on your needs.