Prof. Monday Omoniyi Moses

Associate Professor

Dept: Physiotherapy and Sports Science
Department of Physiotherapy and Sports Science
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Effect of ampe exercise programme on aerobic endurance of obese adolescents. Menstrual cycle and athletic performance: A survey among Female Univer...~more

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    1. Owusu Ansa, E. O., Mprah, K. W., Moses, M. O., Owusu, I., & Acheampong, E. (2021). Effect of Community-Based Functional Aerobic Training on Motor Performance and Quality of Life of Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy. Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences, 31(2):381-392. DOI:
    2. Osei, O. G., Tieru, D.E., & Moses, M. O. (2020). Determinants of Patients’ Satisfaction with Musculoskeletal Dysfunction and Stroke Physiotherapy Health Care: Community-Based Evidence. Journal of African Health Sciences, 33(4): 44 – 55. http://203963-Article Text-509822-1-10-20210215-2
    3. Dwomoh, E., & Moses, M. O. (2020). Job-Related Activity Patterns, Health Status and Absenteeism-Related Factors of Star-Rated Hotels Staff. European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation, 10(3), 274-285. DOI:
    4. Mensah, T., Moses, M.O., & Domfeh, C. (2020). Anthropometric and Motor Performance Characteristics of Male Soccer Players in Public Universities. Central European Journal of Sport Sciences and Medicine, 32(4): 15–26 15. DOI: 10.18276/cej.2020.4-02
    5. Boateng, R. J., Moses, M. O., Gyeabour, E. A., & Nanevi, W. Y (2020). Physical Activity Counseling Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Healthcare Providers. African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences (AJPHES),26(4):375-392. DOI:
    6. Moses, M.O., Emikpe, A.O., Moses, M.K., & Emikpe, B.O. (2020). Combating COVID-19 Lockdown Inactivity in the African Population: Use of Cultural Practices and One Health Approach. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences, 35 (1): 4 – 9. PMID: 33084622
    7. Moses, M.O., Afrifa, D., Asamoah, M. A., Sarpong, P., Sarpong, E., Appiah, P. O., & Akoto, F. (2020). AMPE Exercise Programme Has Positive Effects on Anthropometric and Physiological Parameters of School Children: A Pilot Study. Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences, 30(1):143-146. DOI: 10.4314/ejhs.v30i1.18
    8. Osei, F., Moses, M. O., Pambo, P., Baffour-Awuah, B., Asamoah, B., Afrifa, D., Appiah, E. J., Akwa, L.G. & Obour, A. (2020). Changes in cardiovascular parameters of a-university football athletes associated with short duration pre-tournament training. Scientific African, 8, e00285.
    9. Tetteh, A. A., & Moses, M. O (2020). Evidence of Hypertension in Healthy Children and Its Association with Body Composition and Aerobic Capacity. ACTIVE: Journal of Physical Education, Sport, Health and Recreation. 9(2):116-121. DOI:10.15294/active.v9i2.38474
    10. Afrifa, D., Nsiah, K., Appiah, C. A., & Moses, M. O. (2020). Dietary Intake and Body Composition Characteristics of National Football League Players. International Journal of Sport Studies for Health, 3(1); e104103. DOI: 10.5812/intjssh.104103
    11. Appiah, E. J., Moses, M. O., Alhaji, M., Baffour-Awuah, B., Asamoah, B., Akwa, L. G., & Osei, F. (2019). Physiological, anthropometric profiles and motor performance of urban and rural primary school pupils. Gazzetta Medica Italiana - Archivio per le Scienze Mediche, 178(5):249-255. DOI: 10.23736/S0393-3660.18.03829-9
    12. Doku, A.O., Moses, M.O., Acheampong, I.K., Gyamfi, I., Agbavor, C., Akwa, L.G., Osei, F., Appiah, E.J., Tiguridaane, I.A. and Deku, P.D-G., (2019). Physiological, anthropometric parameters, and balance skill response of healthy bankers to fitness training. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 15(2): 242-248. DOI: 10.12965/jer.1836572.286
    13. Essaw, E., Moses, M. O., Afrifa, D., Acheampong, I.K., Mensah, W., & Owusu, L. (2019). Physical activity patterns and dietary habits of undergraduate students. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 11(1): 115-123. DOI: 10.29359/BJHPA.11.1.12
    14. Moses, M.O., Bohulu, A.S., Tetteh-Opai, A.A., Afrifa, D., Donkor, C., Essaw, E., Yaw, O.R., Ampong, J., Abban, E. and Acheampong, I.K. (2019). Physiological and Motor Performance Parameters of Female Athlete and Non-Athlete Students in a Ghana University: A Comparative Pilot Study. Zahedan Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, 21(2):e85975. DOI: 10.5812/zjrms.85975
    15. Acheampong, I.K., Moses, M. O., Baffour-Awuah, B., Essaw, E., Mensah, W., Afrifa, D., & Owusu, L. (2018). Effectiveness of combined and conventional exercise trainings on the biochemical responses of stroke patients. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 14(3):473-480. DOI: 10.12965/jer.1836200.100
    16. Afrifa, D., Nsiah, K., Afriyie, A.C. & Moses, M.O. (2019). Incidence of Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors Among Football Players in Ashanti Region of Ghana. International Journal of Sport Studies for Health. 2(2): e98153. DOI: 10.5812/intjssh.98153
    17. Owusu, L., Moses, M.O., Owosu-Boateng, C., Acheampong, I.K., Essaw, E., Moses, M.K., & Mensah, W. (2018). Motivational factors for sports participation and career selection of university student-athletes. Journal of Physical Education Research, 5(IV), 25-32. ISSN: Print-2394 4048, Online-2394 4056
    18. Yifieyeh, A. C., Duduyemi, B. M., Kumahor, E., Kotoku, E., Moses, M. O., Fefemwole, P., & Akwetey, F.M. (2018). Future Postgraduate Choices of First and Final Year Clinical Students in Ghana. Central African Journal of Public Health, 4(1): 7-11. DOI: 10.11648/j.cajph.20180401.12
    19. Moses, M. O., Asamoah, R., Doku, A.O., Afrifa, D., Asamoah-Mensah, A., Deku, P. D-G., Tiguridaane, I.A. (2018). Health Implications of Physical Activity Participation of Second Cycle School Students. Journal of Physical Education, Sport, Health and Recreation, 7(3), 146-151. DOI
    20. Yifieyeh, A. C., Duduyemi, B. M., Kumahor, E., Kotoku, E., Moses, M. O., Fefemwole, P., & Akwetey, F.M. (2018). Career Aspirations of Medical Students and Medical Interns in Ghana. Is there a difference?  Borno Medical Journal, 15(1): 89-94. DOI:10.31173/bomj.bomj_87_15
    21. Baffour-Awuah, B., Addai-Mensah,O., Moses, M. O., Mensah, W., Ibekwe, B.C., Essaw, E., & Acheampong, I.K. (2017). Differences in Haematological and Biochemical Parameters of Athletes and Non-Athletes. Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research, 24(12): 1-5. DOI
    22. Moses, M. O., Osei, F. Appiah, E.J., Obour, A., Akwa, L.G., Baffour-Awuah, B., Asamoah, B., Sarpong, P.A., Adams, C., & D’Onofrio, R. (2017). Examining and comparing the health and performance indices of university undergraduate students according to year of study and gender. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation,13(4):405-412. DOI: 10.12965//jer.1735006.503.
    23. Obour, A., Moses, M. O., Baffour-Awuah, B., Asamoah, B., Sarpong, P. K., Osei, F., Akwa, L.G., & Appiah, E.J. (2017). Differences in Physical, Physiological and Motor Performance Traits between Volleyball and Basketball Athletes in a University in Ghana. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences. 32(1): 27-31. PMID: 29134974
    24. Asuako, B., Moses, M. O., Eghan, B. A., & Sarpong, P. A. (2017). Fasting Plasma Glucose and Lipid Profiles of Diabetic Patients of Diabetic Patients Improve with Aerobic Exercise Training. Ghana Medical Journal, 51(3):120 – 127. PMCID: PMC5870228, PMID: 29622823
    25. Akwa, L.G., Moses, M.O., Emikpe, A.O., Baffour-Awuah, B., Asamoah, B., Addai-Mensah, O., Annani Akollor, M., Osei, F., & Appiah, E.J. (2017). Lipid profile, cardiorespiratory function and quality of life of postmenopausal women improve with aerobic exercise. Journal of Human Sport and Exercise, 12(3), 698-709. DOI:
    26. Abass, A.O., Moses, M.O., & Asuako, B. (2017). Aerobic Exercise Causes Changes in Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Body Mass Index of Diabetic Patients. Journal of Nigeria Association of Sport Science and Medicines, XVIII: 27-33.
    27. Moses, M. O. & Oye, K. E. (2017). Exercise Participation Behaviour Regulation and Musculoskeletal Disorders among Selected Long-Distance Drivers in Ghana. Journal of Human Kinetics and Sport Science, 2(1): 1-10.
    28. Yayra, K., Babalola, J.F., & Moses, M. O. (2017). Effect of short-term consumption of energy drink on physiological responses and physical performance variables of athletes in UCC Ghana. Journal of Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Sports and Dance, 10:58-75.
    29. Moses, M. O., Sarpong, P.A., Segede, J.K., Appiah, E.J., Osei, F., & Akwa, L.G. (2017). Perception of Track and Field Athletes on the Use of Cryotherapy in Injury Management in Ashanti Region of Ghana. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 28:215-224.
    30. Moses, M.O., Boateng, A. K & Osei, F. (2016). Sports Injuries and Therapeutic Patterns in Physiological Footballers. American Journal of Sports Science, 4(6): 105-111.
    31. Moses, M.O. & Duduyemi, B.M. (2016). Sport Participant, Anthropometric and physiological Profiles of University Athletes. Nigeria Journal of Physiological Science.31 (1):063-069.
    32. Moses, M. O. & Minkah, S. (2016). Health and Motor Related Fitness Components of Primary School Children Aged 6-10. Journal of Nigeria Association of Sport Science and Medicines, XVII, 127-136.
    33. Nutakor, F.K. & Moses, M. O. (2016). Bilateral Lower Limb Paralysis Rehabilitation: A Case Study of Muscle Action Exercises Approach. International Journal of Health Sciences and Research, 6 (12):383 – 387.
    34. Abass, A.O. & Moses, M. O. (2016). Health and Wellness Lifestyle of Private Industrial Workers in Kumasi, Ghana. International Journal of Science Culture and Sports. 4(3):304- 314.
    35. Moses, M.O., Sarpong, P.A., & Osei, C.B. (2015). Physiological and skill fitness differences of professional footballers: Position of Play. European Journal of Sports and Exercise Science, 4(3):1-7.
    36. Osei, F., D’Onofrio, R. & Moses, M. O. (2015). Kibler's Test as a Functional Pre-Physical Examination Asymmetries of the Scapula in Overhead Game Athletes: A Field Test. Ita J Sports Reh Po; 2(4): 382- 396. DOI: 10.17385/ItaJSRP.015.3009
    37. Diji, A. K. A., Moses, M. O., Asante, E., Agyeman, Y. N., Duku, J., & Agyeiwaa, S. A. (2015). Life with Female Partners after Mastectomy: The Perception of Ghanaian Men. International Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 5(4): 112-127.
    38. Moses, M.O. & Osei, F. (2015). Gender Disparity in Anthropometric and Fitness Characteristics of University Students. Ghana Journal of Health Physical Education Recreation Sports and Dance, 8: 144-158.
    39. Moses, M.O, Duduyemi, B.M., Abass A.O. & Falola, K.O (2015). Muscle Tendon Elasticity Efficiency of University Athletes. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 4(1): 394-403.
    40. Moses, M. O., Oguntuyo, A. & Adedugbe, B. O. (2015). Nutritional Practices, Leisure Activities and Wellness Lifestyles of University Undergraduates. Journal of Research in National Development, 13 (2) Chapter 23. ISSN 1596-8303.;
    41. Adjei, J.A., Moses, M.O., Nutakor, F.K., & Gyinaye, A.J. (2015). Sports Injuries and Injury Management Techniques among Domestic Athletes in Kumasi. International Journal of Sports Science and Fitness, 5(1): 31-41.
    42. Moses, M.O., Nyampong, P. O., Segede, J. K., & Amponsah, R. (2014). Effect of Aerobic Exercise Training on Physiological Parameters of Rehabilitative Stroke Patients. International Journal of Tropical Disease & Health, 4(11): 1179-1190.
    43. Moses, M.O. & Abass, A.O. (2014). Effects of Two Modes of exercise trainings on cardiovascular characteristics of pupils in Ibadan. Journal of Nigeria Association of Sports Science and Medicine, XV: 175-184.
    44. Moses, M. O., Owusu, G. O., & Banlow, E. (2014). Effects of Progressive Resistance Exercise Training on Low Back Pain Conditions of Miners in Ghana. International Journal of Applied Exercise Physiology, 3(1): 21-28.
    45. Adedugbe, B. O., Moses, M. O. & Abass, A.O. (2014). Physiological Profiles of Officers and Men of the Nigerian Armed Forces in Lagos, Nigeria. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 2(1A): 96-103.
    46. Moses, M. O. & Oladapo, R. Y. (2013). Health and Wellness Lifestyles of Nigerian Women League Football Players. International Journal of Economy, Management and Social Sciences, 2(11): 939-944.
    47. Moses, M.O., Onyezere, J.O. & Abass, A.O. (2013). Post-Exercise Cardiovascular Status of Pupils in Ibadan. Journal of Capacity Development in Behavioural Sciences, 1: 94-106.
    48. Abass, A.O. & Moses, M. O. (2013). Effects of Aerobic and Progressive Resistance Exercise on Body Composition of Primary Schools Children in Ibadan, Nigeria. British Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science. 3(2): 163-173.
    49. Moses, M.O., Lokoyi, O.L.O. & Falola, K.O. (2012). Health Risk Behavioural Factors among Secondary School Students: A Challenge to Life Expectancy. International Greener Journal of Medical Sciences, 2 (2): 033-037.
    50. Odelola, J.O, Moses, M.O. & Lokoyi, O.L.O. (2012). Challenges of Integrating Recreational Activities into the School Programme of the Special Needs Children. Journal of Education, Tanzania. 1: 129-144.
    51. Abayomi, A.O. & Moses, M.O. (2012). Physical Activity and Health Risk Behaviours among Colleges of Education Students. International Greener Journal of Educational Research, 2 (1): 001-008
    52. Odelola, J.O., Moses, M.O. & Lokoyi, O.L.O. (2011). Challenges of Integrating Recreational Activities into the School Programme of the Special Needs Children. Education Journals 1 (Paper 8), 129-144
    53. Abass, A.O., Moses, M.O., Alabi, E.F., Adedugbe, B.O., Falola, K.O. & Abayomi, A.O. (2011). Relationships between Bio-Physiological Parameters and Speed performance of Nigerian FIFA Referees. Journal of Physical Education and Sports Management, 2(6): 58-61.
    54. Moses, M.O. & Falola, K.O. (2011). Emotion-focused Stress Coping Strategies of Para-soccer Athletes. International Journal of Sports Sciences and Fitness, 1 (2): 123-134.
    55. Falola, K.O. & Moses, M.O. (2010). Mental Imagery: An Enhancement Tool for Peak Performance in Sports. Journal of Community Psychology, 1: 83-92.
    56. Moses, M.O., Falola, K.O. & Abayomi, A.O. (2009). Injury Prevention Techniques among Tertiary Institution Athletes. Journal of Educational Foundations and Management, 7(1): 97-105.
    57. Moses, M. O. & Abayomi, A.O. (2009). Human Movements Education as Aid to Children’s Cognitive Development. Journal of Physical Education and Research, XIV (1): 2090-2097.
    58. Falola, K.O. & Moses, M.O. (2007). Psychological Therapy Influencing Injury Recovery in Athletes’ Rehabilitation. Journal of Human Kinetics, Health and Environment Education. 2 (1): 114-120.
    59. Babalola, J.F., & Moses, M.O. (2005). Evaluation of the Cardiorespiratory Fitness of Elite Male Soccer Players Using Heart Rate and Blood Pressure Measurements. Journal of Sports management and Educational Research, 1(2): 168-175.
    60. Abass, A.O. & Moses, M.O. (2005). Comparison of Flexibility Characteristics of University Physical and Health Education Students. West Africa Journal of Physical and Health Education, 9(2): 55-59.

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