Effect of Deep Cervical Flexor Training vs. Conventional Isometric Training on Forward Head Posture, Pain, Neck Disability Index In Dentists Suffering from Chronic Neck Pain.

@article{Gupta2013EffectOD,
  title={Effect of Deep Cervical Flexor Training vs. Conventional Isometric Training on Forward Head Posture, Pain, Neck Disability Index In Dentists Suffering from Chronic Neck Pain.},
  author={Bhuvan Deep Gupta and Shagun Aggarwal and Bharat Kumar Gupta and Madhuri Gupta and Neha Gupta},
  journal={Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR},
  year={2013},
  volume={7 10},
  pages={2261-4}
}
UNLABELLED Neck pain accounts for 15% of all soft tissue problems seen in general practice and are a common reason for referral to physiotherapy treatment. The prevalence of neck pain in dentists is 74.3%. Musculoskeletal symptoms in dentists are caused due to many reasons for e.g., prolonged static posture, repetitive movements, suboptimal lighting, and genetic predisposition. Since deep cervical muscle activity is required in synergy with superficial muscle activity to stabilize the cervical… CONTINUE READING
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