Anatomy characteristics linked to chronic neck pain risks

04/2/2014 | MedWire News (U.K.)

South Korean researchers reported in the Spine Journal that thoracic cage size and thoracic inlet inclination in adults may be predictors of chronic neck pain. The study compared magnetic resonance imaging scans of people who reported axial neck pain for longer than six months with those who were pain-free.

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