Prevalence of Shoulder Pain Among School Teachers of Lahore, Pakistan

@article{Mumtaz2018PrevalenceOS,
  title={Prevalence of Shoulder Pain Among School Teachers of Lahore, Pakistan},
  author={Addela Mumtaz and Fariha Khalid and Ashfaq Ahmed and Hafsa B Zahid and Hira Javaid and Farooq Islam},
  journal={The International Annals of Medicine},
  year={2018},
  volume={2}
}
The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body. It performs movements in different directions and can easily be injured due to any repeated movements, participation in sports or any labor work. Shoulder pain is one of the most important complaint due to which teachers apply for retirement before time. The aim of the study was to determine frequency of shoulder pain in school teachers of Lahore, Pakistan. Methods: It was an observational study in which thousand school teachers were… 
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