Articles tagged under ‘Neck’
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Workplace MSDs: Neck, arm, hand interventions rated
Working out at work can prevent common musculoskeletal disorders of the neck, arm and hand. Find out which other interventions make the grade and which fail to deliver according to a 2016 research review from the Institute for Work and Health.
What is the difference between cancer and whiplash?
“When a lot of remedies are suggested for a disease, that means it can’t be cured” - Chekov
Webinar Recording: Spinal pain and work - Professor Charlotte Leboeuf-Yde
Back pain and neck pain are common. What do we know about their natural history, work contribution and the contribution of genetics?
My dickie neck: A personal tale
Dr Mary Wyatt shares her experience as both clinician AND neck ache sufferer and concludes that self-management beats the medical route.
For Doctors - Back and neck pain: does age (and work) make a difference?
Professor Charlotte Leboeuf-Yde outlines key findings based on the study of 40,000 Danes.
Neck pain and work
The age-old question: Does work cause spinal problems?
Understanding the big picture of neck pain
Does neck pain and its consequences change over time?
The neck vs. the shoulder
Why we should look carefully.
Different states of whiplash
Epidemiological studies show that whiplash rates vary enormously between jurisdictions. Why?
Whiplash / neck pain
Our featured topic this month.
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How do workers with neck pain fare, and what influences their progress?
Neck pain commonly follows a persistent or recurrent course. Between 60% to 80% of workers who advise a sore neck at some point report they have a sore neck a year later. Workers who exercise do better, and white collar workers return to work sooner.
Should you put your neck out for exercise
How effective are exercises in treating mechanical neck problems?
Ways to whip whiplash
An overview of whiplash injury
What's the source of that pain in the neck?
Neck pain is a common condition in workers, and psychosocial factors influence outcomes.
Compensation prolongs whiplash pain
Changes to NSW workers' comp legislation had some interesting outcomes
Whiplash and physical fitness
Do fit people recover from whiplash more quickly?
Why me? Predicting neck pain
Certain factors put people at risk of recurrent neck pain. What predicts recovery? This study examines the evidence.
A pain in the neck?
A Canadian study explores the relationship between neck pain and lost time claims.
The world's best look at neck pain
The Task Force on Neck Pain was a major undertaking, seeking to review and summarise information on neck pain problems, treatments, and what can be done to improve neck pain outcomes.