Identification of Individual Risk Factors for Development of Work-Related Non-Specific Neck Pain among Office Workers
Master of Physiotherapy, Musculoskeletal and Sports, The Oxford College of Physiotherapy, Bangalore, India
*Corresponding Author: Jasrah Javed Master of Physiotherapy, Musculoskeletal and Sports, The Oxford College of Physiotherapy, Bangalore, India.
June 22, 2022; Published: November 08, 2022
Neck pain is a major concern among those working for prolonged hours using a visual display unit. The causes of neck pain among office workers are often misunderstood. Most of the complaints of pain are associated with an unknown cause of neck pain often referred to as non-specific neck pain .
Keywords: Neck Pain; Risk Factors; Individual Risk Factors; Office Workers
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