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Mouzen Ergonomic Armrest

A certified stationery ergonomic armrest designed to help prevent occupational injuries.

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Mouzen ErgoFlow Pads

Two ergonomic dynamic pads for both arms, allowing full control of movement across your workspace.

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Both Mouzen ergonomic accessories are designed to optimize the position of your arm and reduce wrist and shoulder tension while working with your mouse and keyboard.


Prevention of carpal tunnel syndrome and tenosynovitis by reducing unnecessary tension.


Prevention of tennis elbow and other complaints.

Lower Back

Maintaining an upright working posture, preventing complaints arising from strain on the lower back.


Relaxation of the shoulders - prevention of complaints arising from muscular tension or strain.

Results for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, RSI and Tenosynovitis:
Using MOUZEN hand support participants spent 72% less time in critical wrist extension and 22% less time spent in critical ulnar flexion. Furthermore, MOUZEN hand support led to 16% lower transition in wrist flexion/extension direction.


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We’re bringing an elegantly designed product that will help you reduce pain and long-term health risks while working. Maintaining your wrist in an unnatural position can be associated with repetitive strain injuries (RSI), tendonitis and potential risk of the carpal tunnel syndrome -- a painful disorder caused by pressure on nerves that run through the wrist. With Mouzen you can take action today and prevent potential computer- related injuries in the future.


Carpal tunnel is a common repetitive motion injury. It is often seen in people who use computer keyboards or work on assembly lines. When left untreated carpal tunnel can result in permanent injury and loss of function. So it is very important to get professional treatment when you first notice symptom.

Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome may include:

  • Numbness, tingling, burning, and pain—primarily in the thumb and index, middle, and ring fingers
  • Occasional shock-like sensations that radiate to the thumb and index, middle, and ring fingers
  • Pain or tingling that may travel up the forearm toward the shoulder
  • Weakness and clumsiness in the hand—this may make it difficult to perform fine movements such as buttoning your clothes
  • Dropping things—due to weakness, numbness, or a loss of proprioception

Nearly half of all carpal tunnel syndrome cases cause workers to miss 31 days or more of work time

CTS release operations and other nerve-compression injuries are associated with fail rates of over 50%

Repetitive motion injuries cost employers an estimated $80 billion a year in America.