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Prognostic Factors for Intervention Effect on Neck/Shoulder Symptom Intensity and Disability among Female Computer Workers
It has been suggested that treatments may be more effective when they are matched to patient characteristics. This study aimed at investigating potential prognostic factors for clinically relevant improvement in symptom intensity and symptom-related disability among employees with symptoms in the neck/shoulder area, receiving either ergonomics counseling or such counseling in combination with myofeedback training. A randomized controlled study was performed among female computer users aged 45 or older ( n = 36). A clinical examination and a questionnaire survey were performed before inclusion in...

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