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Occupational Shoulder Pain and Associated Disability among Professional Bus Drivers in Northern Thailand.

Leonard Joseph*1 , Apirati Kasemsan2 , Ubon Pirunsan2 , Patraporn Sitilertpisan2 , Aatit Paungmali2 , Raija Kuisma3

The bones of the shoulder are held set up by muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Ligaments are extreme lines of tissue that join the shoulder muscles to bone and help the muscles in moving the shoulder. Tendons connect shoulder unresolved issues other, giving steadiness. For instance, the front of the joint case is moored by three glenohumeral tendons.