Predictors of chronic shoulder pain after 5<ce:hsp sp=0.25></ce:hsp>years in a working population

  title={Predictors of chronic shoulder pain after 5<ce:hsp sp=0.25></ce:hsp>years in a working population},
  author={Fabrice Herin and Michel V{\'e}zina and Isabelle Thaon and Jean-Marc Soulat and ESTEV group},
The role of psychosocial and physical factors in the development of shoulder pain has now been clearly demonstrated. However, only a few studies have analyzed these associations over time. The main goal of this study was to evaluate the predictive value of work-related psychological and mechanical factors on chronic shoulder pain. A total of 12,714 subjects (65% men) born in 1938, 1943, 1948, and 1953 participating in a French prospective longitudinal epidemiological investigation in 1990 to… CONTINUE READING
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