Rotator cuff syndrome: personal, work-related psychosocial and physical load factors.

@article{Silverstein2008RotatorCS,
  title={Rotator cuff syndrome: personal, work-related psychosocial and physical load factors.},
  author={Barbara Silverstein and Stephen S Bao and Z. Joyce Fan and Ninica Howard and Caroline K. Smith and Peregrin O Spielholz and David K. Bonauto and E. Viikari-Juntura},
  journal={Journal of occupational and environmental medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={50 9},
  pages={1062-76}
}
OBJECTIVE To identify factors associated with rotator cuff syndrome (RCS) among active workers. METHODS Seven hundred thirty-three workers in 12 worksites participated in a cross-sectional study with individual structured physical and psychosocial health interviews, physical examinations, and exposure assessments of biomechanical factors. Work organization, including job content or structural constraints, was assessed at the departmental level. Multivariable logistic modeling was used… CONTINUE READING