Risk factors for first-episode neck pain

What are the risk factors associated with the occurrence of a first episode of neck pain?

Neck pain is a worldwide common condition associated with various levels of disability and socioeconomic consequences for individuals and communities. Because new studies were published since previous reviews, and given the fact that these previous reviews didn’t specifically address  the occurrence of first episodes of neck pain, this review to identify neck pain incidence and physical/ psychosocial factors associated with a first episode of neck pain was conducted.


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