Musculoskeletal Conditions

Musculoskeletal conditions, as defined by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare [1], are conditions of the bones, muscles, and connective tissues. In Australia, musculoskeletal conditions with the highest prevalence include various forms of arthritis, back pain, osteoporosis, and gout [1]. For men, communication and consultation with physicians can be a barrier in identifying and treating musculoskeletal conditions as they start to appear leading to later diagnosis and worse health outcomes.

For more information on musculoskeletal conditions, please visit the following websites:

Research and reports relating to musculoskeletal conditions can be found below: