Contribution of individual, workplace, psychosocial and physiological factors to neck pain in female office workers.

@article{Johnston2009ContributionOI,
  title={Contribution of individual, workplace, psychosocial and physiological factors to neck pain in female office workers.},
  author={Venerina Johnston and Nerina L. Jimmieson and Gwendolen J Jull and Tina Souvlis},
  journal={European journal of pain},
  year={2009},
  volume={13 9},
  pages={985-91}
}
This study investigated the relative contribution of individual, workplace, psychosocial and physiological features associated with neck pain in female office workers towards developing appropriate intervention programs. Workers without disability (Neck Disability Index (NDI) score < or = 8, n=33); workers with neck pain and disability (NDI > or = 9/100, n=52) and 22 controls (women who did not work and without neck pain) participated in this study. Two logistic regression models were… CONTINUE READING

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