New research suggests that non-specific arm pain should be managed in a similar way to low back pain: patients should remain active rather than rest. On behalf of the Arm pain trial team, Kim Burton, Karen Walker-Bone and Gareth T Jones summarise the findings and explain their significance for the management of work-related upper limb disorders.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||Occupational Health at Work|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2019|
Burton, K., Walker-Bone, K., & Jones, G. T. (2019). The Arm Pain Trial: activity not rest for regional arm pain. Occupational Health at Work, 16(4), 16-18. https://www.atworkpartnership.co.uk/journal/issue/16_4/contents/the-arm-pain-trial-activity-not-rest-for-regional-arm-pain