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JRCRS. 2018; 6(1): 43-46


Risk Factors of Non-Specific Neck Pain in Students: Case Control Study

Aruba Saeed, Huma Riaz.

Abstract
Back ground: Non-specific neck pain is very common in the general population. Every individual would have experienced neck pain at some point in their life. Incidence of non-specific neck pain is gradually increasing in young adults. Hence there is a need to identify the factors which lead to development of Non-specific neck pain in young adults.
Objectives: The objective of study is to determine the risk factors of Non-specific neck pain in students.
Materials and Methods: This case control study was conducted with 274 students with Age between 18 to 25 years. 137 students with neck pain (pain intensity >2) having chronic, acute or recurrent neck pain were recruited in neck pain group and 137 students without neck pain (pain intensity

Key words: Non-specific neck pain, physiotherapy, Student






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