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Comparison of Effect of Eye Exercises Along with Neck Setting Exercises versus Neck Setting Exercises Alone on Neck Pain and Quality of Life in Middle-aged Computer Users with Bifocal Lens | Abstract
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International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)

Abstract

Comparison of Effect of Eye Exercises Along with Neck Setting Exercises versus Neck Setting Exercises Alone on Neck Pain and Quality of Life in Middle-aged Computer Users with Bifocal Lens

Author(s):Pratibha Gaikwad*

This study aimed at comparing the pre and post effect of eye exercises along with neck setting exercises (experimental group) and neck setting exercises alone (control group) on neck pain and quality of life in middle-aged computer users with bifocal lens. Furthermore, a comparison between these groups was done. A population of 70 was evaluated in first and fourth week using Visual Analogue Scale and Copenhagen Scale. It was concluded from the study that there is a significant decrease in neck pain and improvement seen in quality of life after four weeks of Eye exercises along with neck setting exercises.


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