Higher variability in cervical force perception in people with neck pain.

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Summary of "Higher variability in cervical force perception in people with neck pain."

A reduced capacity to generate and sustain cervical muscle force over a range of contraction intensities is a feature of some participants with neck pain. To date there have been no studies comparing the accuracy of force perception in participants with and without neck pain.


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Name: Musculoskeletal science & practice
ISSN: 2468-7812
Pages: 6-12


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