Work-Related Pain in Extrinsic Finger Extensor Musculature of Instrumentalists Is Associated with Intracellular pH Compartmentation during Exercise

@inproceedings{MorenoTorres2010WorkRelatedPI,
  title={Work-Related Pain in Extrinsic Finger Extensor Musculature of Instrumentalists Is Associated with Intracellular pH Compartmentation during Exercise},
  author={{\`A}ngel Moreno-Torres and Jaume Rosset-Llobet and Jes{\'u}s Pujol and S{\'i}lvia F{\`a}bregas and Jose-Manuel Gonzalez-de-Suso},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Although non-specific pain in the upper limb muscles of workers engaged in mild repetitive tasks is a common occupational health problem, much is unknown about the associated structural and biochemical changes. In this study, we compared the muscle energy metabolism of the extrinsic finger extensor musculature in instrumentalists suffering from… CONTINUE READING