Predictive factors for the duration until return to work after surgery for work-related rotator cuff syndrome: A prospective study of 92 workers

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The French National Research and Safety Institute has recently conducted a prospective study on a hundred participants about the return to work after surgery for a work-related rotator cuff disorder.

The first aim of this work was to identify preoperative factors predicting return to work. Several factors, which can be easily measured, may be predictive of delayed return, loss of employment or employability, following shoulder surgery.

The authors of this study recently published an article on this issue in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine

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anne.pichene-houard@inrs.fr

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