A prospective study of work related factors and physical exercise as predictors of shoulder pain

Miranda, H.; Viikari-Juntura, E.; Martikainen, R.; Takala, E.-P.; Riihimäki, H.
August 2001
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Aug2001, Vol. 58 Issue 8, p528
Academic Journal
Evaluates the factors affecting the incidence of shoulder pain among forestry workers in Finland. Shoulder pain risk of older age, obesity, and mental stress; Increase in the incident of shoulder pain due to dancing; Protective effect of physical exercise on shoulder pain.


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