Prevalence and correlates of shoulder pain and stiffness in a population-based study: the North West Adelaide Health Study.

@article{Hill2010PrevalenceAC,
  title={Prevalence and correlates of shoulder pain and stiffness in a population-based study: the North West Adelaide Health Study.},
  author={Catherine L Hill and Tiffany K. Gill and E. Michael Shanahan and Anne W Taylor},
  journal={International journal of rheumatic diseases},
  year={2010},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={215-22}
}
AIM To determine the prevalence, correlates and impact of shoulder pain in a population-based sample. METHODS The North West Adelaide Health Study is a representative longitudinal cohort study of people aged 18 years and over. The original sample was randomly selected and recruited by telephone interview. Overall, 3206 participants returned to the clinic during the second stage (2004-2006) and were asked to report whether they had pain, aching or stiffness on most days in either of their… CONTINUE READING

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