The effect of yoga as an adjunct to prescribed home-based exercises for chronic non-specific neck pain.

Archived Expires 20 February, 2015 Unitec Osteopathy
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This study aims to determine if yoga and Pilates are effective for chronic non-specific neck pain, when completed as an extra activity along with exercises that are often prescribed by a manual therapist, compared to prescribed exercises only. Outcome measures include pain, quality of life, function and whether prior expectations about the effectiveness of yoga or Pilates or other psychosocial factors determine the outcome.



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This study is open to and in aged 18 to 60


We are looking for adults aged 18 to 60 years who suffer from chronic neck pain that has lasted for at least 12 weeks. You must experience pain of mild-moderate severity (at least 3 out of 10 on a numeric pain scale) most days. You must be able to read, speak, and comprehend the English language.