Key term: low-back pain

Original article 2002;28(5):293-303   pdf
Low-back and shoulder complaints among workers with pushing and pulling tasks
Hoozemans MJM, van der Beek AJ, Frings-Dresen MHW, van der Woude LHV, van Dijk FJH
 
Original article 2001;27(6):388-394   pdf
Do psychosocial strain and physical exertion predict onset of low-back pain among nursing aides?
Gonge H, Jensen LD, Bonde JP
 
Original article 2001;27(4):258-267   pdf
Psychosocial work characteristics and psychological strain in relation to low-back pain
Hoogendoorn WE, Bongers PM, de Vet HCW, Houtman ILD, Ariëns GAM, van Mechelen W, Bouter LM
 
Article 1999;25 suppl 4:13-18   pdf
Future directions of psychophysical studies
Snook SH
 
Original article 1999;25(5):404-409   pdf
Comparison of four peak spinal loading exposure measurement methods and their association with low-back pain
Neumann WP, Wells RP, Norman RW, Andrews DM, Frank J, Shannon HS, Kerr MS
 
Review 1999;25(5):387-403   pdf
Physical load during work and leisure time as risk factors for back pain
Hoogendoorn WE, van Poppel MNM, Bongers PM, Koes BW, Bouter LM
 
Original article 1999;25(2):105-114   pdf
Validation of a questionnaire for assessing physical work load
Hollmann S, Klimmer F, Schmidt K-H, Kylian H
 
Original article 1998;24(6):465-472   pdf
Workplace factors and care seeking for low-back pain among female nursing personnel
Josephson M, Vingård E, MUSIC-Norrtälje Study Group
 
Original article 1996;22(4):251-259   pdf
Validity of self-reported physical work load in epidemiologic studies on musculoskeletal disorders
Viikari-Juntura E, Rauas S, Martikainen R, Kuosma E, Riihimäki H, Takala E-P, Saarenmaa K
 
Original article 1995;21(6):435-439   pdf
Social support, job strain and musculoskeletal pain among female health care personnel
Ahlberg-Hultén GK, Theorell T, Sigala F
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