Mehak Hassan, Attiya Irshad, Nida Ghaffar, Kinza Mubashar, Saba Saleem
Neck pain includes general pain and stiffness in neck muscles which also includes neck area, shoulders, arms, hands or head. Neck pain affects up to 71% of adults at some point in life. Most common associated risk factor is work related and postural musculoskeletal disorders. Bank workers face this problem due to their workplace ergonomics in relation to computer use and prolonged hours of working. An observational study is done in 150 bank workers from different banks of Lahore. Objective of study was to determine the prevalence of neck pain among bank workers. Participants completed a well-tested questionnaire and data was analyzed by SPSS version 20. In analysis, low back pain is dependent variable and age, height and BMI are independent variables, Results shows that Male frequency in bank is 107 and percentage is 71.3. the Female frequency is 43 and percentage is 28.72. 74% of bank workers reported neck pain of which 56% of participants reported that their work performance is reduced to neck pain. These findings show that neck pain may be associated with type of job, design of work station and job demand.