Association between intensity of pain and impairment in onset and activation of the deep cervical flexors in patients with persistent neck pain.

@article{Falla2011AssociationBI,
  title={Association between intensity of pain and impairment in onset and activation of the deep cervical flexors in patients with persistent neck pain.},
  author={Deborah Falla and Shaun O'Leary and Dario Farina and Gwendolen J Jull},
  journal={The Clinical journal of pain},
  year={2011},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={309-14}
}
OBJECTIVES This study evaluates the relationship between clinical symptoms and the function of the deep cervical flexor muscles in women with persistent neck pain. METHODS Thirty-two women with a history of neck pain more than 6 months participated in the study. Measures for neck pain area, intensity, duration, and perceived disability were taken. Electromyography was acquired from the deep cervical flexor muscles by a nasopharyngeal electrode suctioned over the posterior oropharyngeal wall… CONTINUE READING
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