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Chronic nonspecific neck pain (CNNP) is a public health issues with a 50% life prevalence. CNNP is a leading cause of disability which contributes to higher costs due to loss of productivity, disability, and increased absenteeism from work. Yoga has been found effective managing neck pain but there has been no study at work setting for chronic non-specific neck pain.
To determine the effectiveness of Yoga@work program for chronic non specific neck pain among office workers, present randomised controlled trial was undertaken.
Chronic Non-Specific Neck Pain
NMP Medical Research Institute
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-09T09:21:43-0400
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