Oh Yes! We are changing the way you hold a pen when you write.
One finger at a time.
Handwriting difficulties can be caused by arthritis of hand joints, injury to the index finger, genetic, Dysgraphia or Agraphia. Agraphia is an acquired neurological disorder causing a loss in the ability to communicate through writing, either due to some form of motor dysfunction or an inability to spell. Dysgraphia is a condition that causes trouble with written expression. For many children with dysgraphia, just holding a pencil and organizing letters on a line is difficult their handwriting tends to be messy.
Index arthritic pens is designed for arthritic hands and are available in different sizes and styles. The Index Pen is an ergonomically designed writing aid that allows you to write with one finger. According to The Society of American Hand Surgeons, “Arthritis of the hand can hurt and keep you from being able to do what you want or need to do. “
Indexpen is easier to use for people with arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome and other hand problems. The swelling, stiffness and joint pain associated with arthritis can make writing stressful and difficult. Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis are the two main types of arthritis that affect the hand and finger joints. A comfortable pen can make writing much easier. An ergonomic pen that is designed for arthritis sufferers can help decrease pain from arthritis when writing. Hands and wrists are put through the wringer each day, making them prone to injury. Here is a tip for optimal pen holding; Use Indexpen and adopt one-finger writing.