" I currently use a wireless mouse at home."
Use that mouse model elsewhere as well. Most HR will support their staff efforts for a more ergo-friendly workplace.
For whatever reason I hold my mouse backwards. I grip the mouse with my thumb and middle finger at the top where the buttons are. My index finger rests upon the left button to most, but the right button to me.
So when I use the mouse left is right and up is down. I have tried to retrain my brain to use it correctly to no avail. It is now becoming an issue because my index finger is always bent and is now starting to ache at the knuckle.
Is ther any way to switch the mouse so that even when I hold it the right way left will still be right and so on. This way I can palm the mouse, my finger won't be bent, and I won't leave my signiture backwards mouse whenever I fix someone elses computer here at work.
Please not that it's not as easy as changing it to the LEFT HANDED option. That only reconfigs the buttons and believe it or not, but I use those correctly. I currently use a wireless mouse at home. The cord was always getting in my way and still does at work. Any suggestions on how to correct this are welcomed.
Also if anyone knows someone else who does this let me know. I think they just might be my soul mate!