Neck and shoulder complaints among sewing-machine operators: a study concerning frequency, symptomatology and dysfunction.

Abstract

The occupation of sewing-machine operators (SMO) involves monotonous and repetitive tasks, performed in a work position equivalent to a static component of muscular load on the neck and shoulder. The present study concerns the occurrence of neck-shoulder problems in a population of SMO. A total of 224 SMO from four textile factories in the western part of… (More)

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