Prevalence of Work from Home on Female-it Workers, on Neck Pain and its Psycho-Social Effects During Epidemic Period
Keywords:Neck Pain, Office Employee, Prevalence, Risk Factors, Consequence, Quality of Life.
The outbreak of (COVID-19) has created a global health crisis that has had a deep impact on the way we
perceive our world and our everyday lives. This survey was helpful to know the impact of neck pain and
leisure activity during lockdown of Female IT workers while remaining at work, and to analyse psychosocial effect on neck pain.
Methodology: Female office workers with neck pain (n = 60) completed a survey about impact of their neck
pain and leisure activities. Consequences of neck pain were evaluated with questions on self-reported impact
on work and leisure activity. Responses to survey questions were analysed using descriptive analyses.
Result: The point prevalence of NP was significantly related to age, gender, health status, job satisfaction,
and length of employment.
Conclusions: The findings provide evidence that the impact on work and leisure was substantial
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