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Critical Reviews™ in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
SJR: 0.121 SNIP: 0.228 CiteScore™: 0.17

ISSN Imprimer: 0896-2960
ISSN En ligne: 2162-6553

Volume 32, 2020

Volume 31, 2019

Volume 30, 2018

Volume 29, 2017

Volume 28, 2016

Volume 27, 2015

Volume 26, 2014

Volume 25, 2013

Volume 24, 2012

Volume 23, 2011

Volume 22, 2010

Volume 21, 2009

Volume 20, 2008

Volume 19, 2007

Volume 18, 2006

Volume 17, 2005

Volume 16, 2004

Volume 15, 2003

Volume 14, 2002

Volume 13, 2001

Volume 12, 2000

Volume 11, 1999

Volume 10, 1998

Volume 9, 1997

Volume 8, 1996

Volume 7, 1995

Critical Reviews™ in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine

Editor-in-Chief : Markad V. Kamath

Associate Editor: Rajani Mullerpatan

Objectifs et champs d'application

Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine encompasses multiple healing technologies. The focus of the journal is directed at making available the current knowledge to health care professionals to improve the quality of life and function in patients. Papers on a wide range of diagnostic, evaluation, therapeutic and rehabilitation methods will be published. Articles on evolving research themes will be given priority for publication. Performance of novel therapeutic modalities such as electrical stimulation, exercise, laser and music will be examined in the journal. The journal will also review recent advances in basic science, device design and instrumentation and measurement methods aimed at physical and rehabilitation medicine.

La plupart des articles téléchargés

Chronic Pain: We Should Not Underestimate the Contribution of Neural Plasticity
Gwyn N. Lewis, David A. Rice

Combining Functional Electrical Stimulation with Mirror Therapy for the Upper Limb in People with Stroke
S. Mathieson, John Parsons, Michael S. Kaplan

A Top-Down versus Bottom-Up Approach to Lower-Extremity Motor Recovery and Balance Following Acute Stroke: A Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial
Vidyasagar Pagilla, Vijaya Kumar , Abraham Joshua, Chakrapani M, Z. K. Misri, Prasanna Mithra

Preface: Challenges in Rehabilitation
Rajani Mullerpatan, Markad V. Kamath

Understanding Repetitive Behaviors and the Use of Exercise as an Intervention for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and an Intellectual Disability
Suzanne H. Ali, Nadia R. Azar, Chad A. Sutherland, Sean Horton

Optimizing the Content and Dose of Rehabilitation in the First 12 Months Following Stroke
Harry McNaughton, Stephanie Thompson, Cathy Stinear, Matire Harwood, Kathryn M. McPherson