JournalFrontiers in rehabilitation sciences
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AbstractThis research topic, Exercise and Aging with Musculoskeletal Conditions, is a collection of contributions highlighting the effects of aging and chronic conditions on the musculoskeletal system and the effect of which exercise has on mitigating these declines. Exercise has many established musculoskeletal health benefits for people with age-related musculoskeletal conditions (i.e., muscle strength, endurance, balance, and body weight management). Therefore, exercise interventions may be able to reduce the onset and progression of age-related musculoskeletal conditions. It is also necessary to understand the biological mechanisms by which exercise affects the musculoskeletal system.
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