Psychological and psychosocial factors and musculoskeletal pain

January 2004
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Jan2004, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p56
Academic Journal
Focuses on the psychological and psychosocial factors associated with musculoskeletal pain. Information on the study conducted in Manchester, England regarding pain at different sites; Factors which increase the likelihood of musculoskeletal pain.


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