I've currently got the dragonclaw settings
Today I went over the river to OHSU, down by the foot of the tram, to have the first of three nerve conduction tests done on my left hand. (I've volunteered to be in a research study about magnets and carpal tunnel) The doctors there did a much better job of testing than the tests I had twelve years ago, made sure to tell me before each part of the test what was coming next, which made the process more tolerable. I mean, it isn't exactly fun having electrical current sent through your body, I certainly wouldn't do it on my own just for grins...(it is an "interesting"sensation but not one I like). The bad/good news is that yes I do have significant carpal tunnel in my left hand (well duh!), and that my impairment is within the range that they are looking for in the study. So I get to tape a quarter-size rare earth magnet to my wrist every night for the next six weeks, and fill out a daily log, and have a couple more nerve conduction tests over the next 18 weeks. In the end, I might have an improved wrist, or not, but the money ($300), while not enough for surgery on my sore wrist, will be enough to get inexpensive laminate flooring for one of the two bedrooms here at Acorn Cottage... at least that is my current thought.