Studying the relationship between low back pain and working postures among those who stand and those who sit most of the working day.

@article{Tissot2009StudyingTR,
  title={Studying the relationship between low back pain and working postures among those who stand and those who sit most of the working day.},
  author={France Tissot and Karen Messing and Sta Stock},
  journal={Ergonomics},
  year={2009},
  volume={52 11},
  pages={1402-18}
}
A relationship between low back pain (LBP) and prolonged standing or prolonged sitting at work has not been clearly shown, despite its biological plausibility. Because sitting and standing postures vary as to duration and freedom to alternate postures, and standing postures vary as to mobility, associations between specific working postures and LBP were explored using multiple logistic regression. Associations between work factors and self-reported LBP during the previous 12 months that… CONTINUE READING
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