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Lateral epicondylitis: impact on demographic variables.


Publisher Pradeepika Samagh
E-ISSN 2165-7556
Print ISSN 2165-7556
URL
Chief Editor Patrick E. Patterson
Contact email pradeepikasmgh@gmail.com
AddressMother Teresa Saket College of Physiotherapy, Chandimandir, Panchkula, Hayrana. 134107 Contact number: 0172 255 4022
Country India
Impact Factor Or Status0.84
Journal Description
Lateral epicondylitis is a work related disorder which is considered to be due to over-use or over-stress of the wrist extensors of the forearm. It has been found to be the second most frequently diagnosed musculoskeletal disorder in the neck and upper extremity, yet the role of individual factors has not been addressed in a population study. The patient primarily suffers from pain and decreased function which affects the basic activities in daily life. The present study was conducted to assess the impact of Lateral epicondylitis on different demographic variables.
Journal Language
English
Accessibility Type (Free/Paid)
free
Area of Specialization
ergonomics and human factors
Starting Year of the Journal
2011
Online Availability (Yes/No)
yes
Content Accessibility (Full Text/Abstract/ Table of Content)
full text