Technology is wonderful, but it comes at a price to our bodies. Tablet use has led to a new form of repetitive strain injury dubbed “i-pad hand” or “text claw.” This results when people hold their device in their (typically) left hand for long periods of time with the corner of the tablet pushing into the tensed thumb muscle (similar to the way they would hold a plate). Users are experiencing aches and pain in the left hand. This can also progress to pain up the arm and into the shoulders and neck. A few users have reported symptoms as devastating as paralysis.