The influence of different sitting postures on head/neck posture and muscle activity.

Abstract

To date the influence that specific sitting posture has on the head/neck posture and cervico-thoracic muscle activity has been insufficiently investigated. Therefore the aim of this study was to investigate whether three different thoraco-lumbar sitting postures affect head/neck posture and cervico-thoracic muscle activity. Twenty (10 men, 10 women… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.math.2009.06.002

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@article{Caneiro2010TheIO, title={The influence of different sitting postures on head/neck posture and muscle activity.}, author={Joao Paulo Caneiro and Peter O'Sullivan and Angus Firth Burnett and Avi Barach and David O'Neil and Orjan Tveit and Karolina Olafsdottir}, journal={Manual therapy}, year={2010}, volume={15 1}, pages={54-60} }