Hi guys. A couple months back I came down with the cubital tunnel in my left arm. A few weeks after that I came down the cubital tunnel in my right arm. At first I tried to ignore it, but obviously that didn't work. I saw a physical therapist who gave me some exercises to do and they have been helpful in reducing the pain, but unfortunately it's gotten worse to the point where I can't really type much anymore. Being the CS student, this is seriously disheartening. I love to program, play piano, and play video games but I can't do any of these things anymore. I've decided that the only way this thing is gonna heal is if I use my arms as little as possible. Recently I purchased Dragon NaturallySpeaking, and it seems to work reasonably well for writing and browsing the web, and I even used it to type this post. However, I'd like to learn how to program with it. Does anyone have any experience with programming with speech recognition software? If so I'd love to hear.
Also, does anyone have experience with overcoming cubital tunnel in general? This is something I really need to figure out because I haven't even started my career yet and I'm already hampered with repetitive stress injuries.