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Muskelsmerter i nakken, nakkemyalgi

Muskelsmerter i nakken er en svært hyppig lidelse. Ofte har det sammenheng med anspenthet og lite variasjon i arbeidsstilling. Fysisk aktivitet er det beste forebyggende tiltaket.

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