Effect of yoga on musculoskeletal discomfort and motor functions in professional computer users.

@article{Telles2009EffectOY,
  title={Effect of yoga on musculoskeletal discomfort and motor functions in professional computer users.},
  author={S. Telles and Manoj Dash and K. V. Naveen},
  journal={Work},
  year={2009},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={
          297-306
        }
}
  • S. Telles, Manoj Dash, K. V. Naveen
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Work
  • The self-rated musculoskeletal discomfort, hand grip strength, tapping speed, and low back and hamstring flexibility (based on a sit and reach task) were assessed in 291 professional computer users. They were then randomized as Yoga (YG; n=146) and Wait-list control (WL; n=145) groups. Follow-up assessments for both groups were after 60 days during which the YG group practiced yoga for 60 minutes daily, for 5 days in a week. The WL group spent the same time in their usual recreational… CONTINUE READING

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