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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2020, Vol. 7, Issue 2, Part C

Relation between mechanical neck pain and scapular position


Author(s): Priya S, Padmanabhan Suresh Babu Roshan and Shruti G Lakkumane

Abstract: Globally incidence of mechanical neck pain has increased over the years due to common musculoskeletal problem like prolonged static posture and repetitive movements. It has been suggested that there is broader involvement of scapula position in neck pain. An observational study was conducted to find relationship between neck pain, disability and scapular position. A sample of 30 adults was screened and was included based on inclusion criteria. NPRS and neck disability index were assessed for pain and disability. Measurement of scapular position at rest was assessed using lennie test. Statistical analysis was done using descriptive statistics was used. The study found that increase in pain and disability could relate with scapular position in rest. So, the study concluded that there was significant relation between mechanical neck pain and scapular position.

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How to cite this article:
Priya S, Padmanabhan Suresh Babu Roshan, Shruti G Lakkumane. Relation between mechanical neck pain and scapular position. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(2):125-127.
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