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Interventions for the treatment or prevention of musculoskeletal disorders in men

Submission deadline: 31 December 2022
Special Issue Editors
Jung-Hoon Lee, MD
Department of Physical Therapy, College of Nursing, Healthcare Sciences and Human Ecology, Dong-Eui University, Busan, Republic of Korea
Interests: Musculoskeletal disorders; Nerve entrapment syndrome; Malalignment syndrome; Physical rehabilitation; Kinesiology taping; Cross taping; Balance control; Orthosis for musculoskeletal disorders
Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues, 

It is my pleasure to present this special issue of the Journal of Men’s Health that discusses “Interventions for the treatment or prevention of musculoskeletal disorders in men.”

Musculoskeletal disorders are associated with a variety of daily life and sports activities. Work-related musculoskeletal disorders occur secondary to lifting heavy objects or performing repetitive tasks. Musculoskeletal disorders affect the muscles, ligaments, tendons, cartilage, bones, and joints and may lead to significant pain, weakness, and dysfunction, which tend to negatively affect patients’ quality of life. These conditions are known to interfere with tasks at work and contribute to impaired performance, specifically in sportspersons.

A variety of interventions are available in clinical practice for the management of musculoskeletal disorders. It is important to investigate the role of various interventions, including orthoses as aids to prevent musculoskeletal disorders in sportspersons and workers, including general men. Therefore, through this special issue, I wish to highlight the latest research regarding the various interventions (including alternative and complementary interventions) for the treatment or prevention of musculoskeletal disorders in men.

The Journal of Men’s Health special edition: “Intervention for the treatment or prevention of musculoskeletal disorders in men” will welcome your work as an original article, case report, commentary or review paper. This special issue allows an opportunity to address the following types of topics:

(1) Interventions for work-related musculoskeletal disorders in men

(2) Sex differences in musculoskeletal disorders

(3) Characteristics of the musculoskeletal system in men

(4) Novel assessment for the musculoskeletal system

(5) Orthoses for musculoskeletal disorders

(6) Exercises for prevention of sports injuries in men

(7) Interventions for sports injuries in men

(8) Alternative and complementary interventions of musculoskeletal disorders in men

Jung-Hoon Lee

Guest Editor

Keywords
Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders
Sports injuries
Balance control
Exercise for the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders
Orthosis for musculoskeletal disorders
Nerve entrapment syndrome
Sports physiotherapy
Complementary medicine
Measurement & evaluation
Physical Activity
Manuscript Submission Information

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Prevalence of hypermobility in primary school children: a Saudi experience
Abdullah M. Al-Shenqiti, Hatem A. Emara, Fahad S. Algarni, Osama A. Khaled, ... Tarek M El-gohary
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