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October-December 2019| Vol 51| Issue 4

Editorial

Musculoskeletal sciences and work rehabilitation - A specialty in occupational therapy's clinical and research practice: The indian versus global scenario

The Indian Journal of Occupational Therapy (IJOT) is an esteemed, national, scientific, peer-reviewed, quarterly, official publication of the All India Occupational Therapists' Association (AIOT...


Guest Editorial

Using research to educate, promote, and advocate for occupational therapy's distinct role in musculoskeletal conditions: Embracing our unique perspective

In the 2017 Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study, musculoskeletal conditions were the highest contributor to global disability, accounting for 16% of all years lived with disability.[1] The Worl...


Original Article

Effect of dynamic muscular stabilization training over conventional exercise program on mechanical low back pain in office workers to improve the quality of life: A randomized controlled study

Background: Most jobs nowadays are sedentary in nature. Due to incorrect posture, strain on the spine, pelvis, muscles, tendons, joints, bones, and discs can lead to fatigue and deformation. ...


Original Article

Assessment of driving skills of indian adults on a driving simulator: A pilot study

Background: Driving is associated with independence, but it also exposes a person to harmful situations while on road. Safety becomes an important aspect while assessing an individual's d...


Original Article

Risk of musculoskeletal disorders associated with kitchen platform tasks in young and middle-aged women of a metropolitan city: An observational cross-sectional study

Background: Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are one of the prominent causes of physical impairment. Traditional homemaking tasks require substantial and sustained physical repetitive movemen...


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The Indian Journal of Occupational Therapy, a publication of The All India Occupational Therapists’ Association, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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