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Time-wise change in neck pain in response to rehabilitation with specific resistance training: implications for exercise prescription

Tidsskriftartikel - 2014

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[Open access]PURPOSE: To determine the time-wise effect of specific resistance training on neck pain among industrial technicians with frequent neck pain symptoms. METHODS: Secondary analysis of a parallel-group cluster randomized controlled trial of 20 weeks performed at two large industrial production units in Copenhagen, Denmark. Women with neck pain >30 mm VAS (N = 131) were included in the present analysis. The training group (N = 77) performed specific resistance training for the neck/shoulder muscles three times a week, and the control group (N = 54) received advice to stay active. Participants of both groups registered neck pain intensity (0-100 mm VAS) once a week. RESULTS: Neck pain intensity was 55 mm (SD 23) at baseline. There was a significant group by time interaction for neck pain (F-value 2.61, P

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Zebis MK, Andersen CH, Sundstrup EH, Pedersen M, Sjøgaard G, Andersen LL. Time-wise change in neck pain in response to rehabilitation with specific resistance training: implications for exercise prescription. PLoS One 2014;9(4):e93867-.
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0093867

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