The effect of pain reduction on perceived tension and EMG-recorded trapezius muscle activity in workers with shoulder and neck pain.

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The study was initiated to evaluate the effect of pain-reducing therapies on factors previously associated with work-related shoulder and neck pain, namely increased muscle activity in the upper trapezius and perceived general tension. Thirty-three women in three groups were assessed before and after an intervention period and by questionnaire 6 months… (More)

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@article{Vasseljen1995TheEO, title={The effect of pain reduction on perceived tension and EMG-recorded trapezius muscle activity in workers with shoulder and neck pain.}, author={Ottar Vasseljen and Bj\orn Johansen and Rolf Harald Westgaard}, journal={Scandinavian journal of rehabilitation medicine}, year={1995}, volume={27 4}, pages={243-52} }