Musculoskeletal pain and quality of life among office workers based on pain management and exercise therapy: A recommendation


Authors: Amirhossein Yazdani, Zahra Soroushfard, Ali Nasiri, Hanieh Akbarimehr, Javad Shahlaee Bagheri, and Zahra Fathidoulabi
Page Range: 243-246
Published in: Journal of Pain Management, 15#3 (2022)
ISSN: 1939-5914

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One of the most prevalent problems among office employees is musculoskeletal discomfort. The primary cause is a combination of lengthy periods of sitting and a lack of physical activity. Musculoskeletal pain can impact their professional performance and quality of life. The effects of physical exercise in treating musculoskeletal pain in office employees have gotten a lot of attention. Still, there are not many studies on the impact of mental imagery in lowering musculoskeletal pain in office workers. While other forms of pain treatment, such as “Su Jok” therapeutic mental imagery, have a favorable impact on pain modulation in healthy people, it appears to be more prominent in chronic pain patients. The purpose of this suggestion is to give helpful mental imagery strategies that may be utilized alone or in combination with physical exercise in an office context to relieve musculoskeletal discomfort and improve job performance and quality of life for office employees.

Keywords: Mental training, physical pain, imagery, quality of life

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