Shenzhen Microtouch Ergonomic Technology Inc.is an innovative enterprise, We focus on designing, developing, and marketing ergonomic mouse now. Our ergonomic mouse ( Rockstick mouse, Newtral mouse, Semi-vertical mouse) sold to all over the world including United States, Europe, Japan, and Australia etc.
Our customers include Xxonmobil, Chevrolet, Intel, and the U.S. Department of Health etc.
If you are interested in our products or have any comments, please conact us:
Office in China
Suite 616, Wanyuan Bldg., No.20 Liuxian 2nd Road, #71 Baoan District, Shenzhen, 518133, China
Tell: 0086-755-2357 8600 / Fax: 0086-755-2357 8601
Email1: email@example.com / Email2: firstname.lastname@example.org
United States: Distributor and Resellers: Goldtouch: Askergoworks， Ergoprise Inc.，Office Relief, Staple Advantage, Synnex，the Human Solution,
Europe: Backshop in the Netherland, Hypertec in United Kingdom, Ergo Products in Czech and Slovak Republics.
Japan: Sanwa Supply Inc.
Australia: OPC Ergonomics
New Zealand: Metrolink Trading Limited.
Please contact us if you want to buy or to be one of our distributors .
More and more computer users have suffered wrist strain, pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, the mouse hand, and so on a series of occupational diseases. As a previous Carpal Tunnel Syndrome sufferer, our company founder have developed a serial of ergonomic products to improve health condition of office workers.
Human factors and ergonomics (commonly referred to as HF&E), also known as comfort design, functional design, and systems, is the practice of designing products, systems, or processes to take proper account of the interaction between them and the people who use them.
Physical ergonomics is concerned with human anatomy, and some of the anthropometric, physiological and bio mechanical characteristics as they relate to physical activity. Physical ergonomic principles have been widely used in the design of both consumer and industrial products. Physical ergonomics is important in the medical field, particularly to those diagnosed with physiological ailments or disorders such as arthritis (both chronic and temporary) or carpal tunnel syndrome. Pressure that is insignificant or imperceptible to those unaffected by these disorders may be very painful, or render a device unusable, for those who are. Many ergonomically designed products are also used or recommended to treat or prevent such disorders, and to treat pressure-related chronic pain.
One of the most prevalent types of work-related injuries is musculoskeletal disorder. Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMDs) result in persistent pain, loss of functional capacity and work disability, but their initial diagnosis is difficult because they are mainly based on complaints of pain and other symptoms. Every year, 1.8 million U.S. workers experience WRMDs and nearly 600,000 of the injuries are serious enough to cause workers to miss work. Certain jobs or work conditions cause a higher rate of worker complaints of undue strain, localized fatigue, discomfort, or pain that does not go away after overnight rest. These types of jobs are often those involving activities such as repetitive and forceful exertions; frequent, heavy, or overhead lifts; awkward work positions; or use of vibrating equipment. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has found substantial evidence that ergonomics programs can cut workers' compensation costs, increase productivity and decrease employee turnover. Therefore, it is important to gather data to identify jobs or work conditions that are most problematic, using sources such as injury and illness logs, medical records, and job analyses.