Muscle strength in adolescent men and future musculoskeletal pain: a cohort study with 17 years of follow-up. Timpka, S.; Petersson, I. F.; Zhou, C.; and Englund, M.
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OBJECTIVES: Musculoskeletal pain is highly prevalent throughout adulthood with a major impact on health, function and participation in the society. Still, the association between muscle strength and development of musculoskeletal pain is unclear. We aimed to study whether overall muscle strength in adolescent men is inversely associated with self-reported musculoskeletal pain in adulthood. DESIGN: Cohort study with baseline data from the Swedish Conscription Register and outcome information from the random population-based Swedish Living Conditions Surveys. SETTING: Sweden, 1970-2005. PARTICIPANTS: 5489 men who at age
@article{timpka_muscle_2013,
	title = {Muscle strength in adolescent men and future musculoskeletal pain: a cohort study with 17 years of follow-up.},
	volume = {3},
	issn = {2044-6055 2044-6055},
	doi = {10.1136/bmjopen-2013-002656},
	abstract = {{OBJECTIVES}: Musculoskeletal pain is highly prevalent throughout adulthood with a  major impact on health, function and participation in the society. Still, the association between muscle strength and development of musculoskeletal pain is unclear. We aimed to study whether overall muscle strength in adolescent men is inversely associated with self-reported musculoskeletal pain in adulthood. {DESIGN}: Cohort study with baseline data from the Swedish Conscription Register and outcome information from the random population-based Swedish Living Conditions Surveys. {SETTING}: Sweden, 1970-2005. {PARTICIPANTS}: 5489 men who at age},
	number = {5},
	journaltitle = {{BMJ} open},
	shortjournal = {{BMJ} Open},
	author = {Timpka, Simon and Petersson, Ingemar F. and Zhou, Caddie and Englund, Martin},
	date = {2013},
	pmid = {23793706},
	pmcid = {PMC3668417},
	keywords = {Preventive Medicine, Sports Medicine}
}
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