Hands-on therapy found to be effective for shoulder pain

Long-term computer use can lead to muscle dysfunction and disorder Approximately 90% of white-collar workers use computers for more than four hours per day. Over time, sitting and working at a computer can lead to a dysfunction of muscle stability and other disorders of the region, which may result in shoulder and neck pain, as […]

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Neck exercise more beneficial than physical activity for whiplash

Persistence of symptoms results from both physical and psychological factors Approximately 50% of people with whiplash-associated disorders (WADs) continue to report neck pain one year after injury, yet despite this prevalence, there is no clear evidence regarding the most effective treatment. Though exercise is considered safe and effective for neck pain, it’s efficacy for WADs […]

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