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Table 3 The Romberg test and neck pain

From: Neck pain and postural balance among workers with high postural demands - a cross-sectional study

   Mean SD N p-value p-value p-value
   (mm2)    Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
Romberg open eyes       
CEA No pain 470 286 107 .241 .214 .494
  Pain 485 236 84    
Rambling No pain 333 224 107 .399 .375 .627
  Pain 334 179 84    
Trembling No pain 65 60 107 .134 .112 .291
  Pain 67 51 84    
Romberg closed eyes       
CEA No pain 699 386 109 .012* .009* .035*
  Pain 884 587 85    
Rambling No pain 405 221 109 .012* .010* .029*
  Pain 516 328 85    
Trembling No pain 150 113 109 .053 .043* .119
  Pain 184 173 85    
  1. Model 1: Unadjusted
  2. Model 2: Adjusted for weight
  3. Model 3: Adjusted for weight and low back pain
  4. * = significant result, CEA = Centre of pressure 95% Confidence Ellipse Area, SD = Standard deviation, Mean, SD and N are given for the unprocessed data.