Archives of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

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Abstracting and Indexing

Editor In Chief

Dr. Danilo de Oliveira Silva

Department of Physiotherapy
Sao Paulo State University
Presidente Prudente, Brazil

 

Journal Scope

Archives of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation is an open access peer-reviewed journal in which we publish papers in the core topics such as Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. Archives of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation welcomes articles from all areas that are related to Physiotherapy, Stroke Physiotherapy, Injury and Medicine, Exercise Whiplash Injury, Sports Injuries, Rehabilitation, Stroke Rehabilitation, Whiplash Injury, Myofascial Pain, Neuro Rehabilitation, Addiction Rehabilitation, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy Medicine, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, on quarterly basis.


Archives of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation welcomes students, academicians, clinicians for future studies to publish the most complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the form of original research, review articles, case reports, short communications, issues, opinions, editorials, letter to the editor, etc

• Physiotherapy
• Physiotherapy Rehabilitation
• Physiotherapy Techniques
• Physiotherapy treatment modalities
• Addiction Rehabilitation
• Anatomical Aspects of Physiotherapy
• Behavioral medicine in physiotherapy
• Biomechanical Aspects of Physiotherapy
• Cardiac Rehabilitation
• Cardiovascular Physiotherapy
• Clinical Reflexology
• Disability and health in areas of pain
• Exercise
• Exercise Physiology
• Fitness Training
• Functioning, activity and participation
• Geriatric Physiotherapy
• Hemipelvectomy
• MultipleSclerosis
• Musculoskeletal Pain
• Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
• Myofascial Pain
• Neurological Physiotherapy
• Osteoarthritis treatment
• Paediatric Care
• Physical activity in health promotion and rehabilitation
• Physical Therapy Medicine
• Physiological Aspects of Physiotherapy
• Physiotherapist Communications
• Physiotherapy in lifestyle-related health problems
• Pulmonary Rehabilitation
• Rare images in clinical practice
• Rehabilitation
• Sports physiotherapy
• SportsInjuries
• Stroke Physiotherapy
• Stroke Rehabilitation
• Tracheostomy
• Whiplash Injury

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Journal Classification

Physical Therapy 
Physical therapy (PT) (or physiotherapy) is one of the partnered health professions that, by utilizing bio-mechanics or kinesiology, manual treatment, exercise therapy, and electrotherapy, remediates weaknesses and advances function and movement. Physical therapy is utilized to enhance a patient’s background through examination, diagnosis, prognosis, physical intercession, and patient training. Physical specialists called physiotherapists perform it.
 
Physical medicine and rehabilitation 
Physical medicine and rehabilitation (or physiatry) is a medicine branch that intends to upgrade and reestablish functional ability to those with physical debilitations or inabilities. Physiatrist is a specialist who is trained in this field. Physiatrists have some expertise in reestablishing optimal function to individuals with wounds to the muscles, bones, tendons, or nervous system.
 
Physiotherapy Techniques 
A physiotherapist is trained in hands-on physiotherapy techniques such as Joint mobilization (gentle gliding) techniques, Joint manipulation, Physiotherapy Instrument Mobilization (PIM), Minimal Energy Techniques (METs), Muscle stretching, Neurodynamics, Massage and soft tissue techniques.
 
Electrotherapy 
Electrotherapy is the utilization of electrical vitality as a medical treatment. The term electrotherapy can apply to an assortment of treatments, including the utilization of electrical gadgets, for example, deep brain stimulators for neurological illness. The term has additionally been connected explicitly to the utilization of electric current to speed wound healing.
 
Drug rehabilitation 
Drug rehabilitation is the procedure of medicinal or psychotherapeutic treatment for dependency on psychoactive substances, for example, liquor, prescription drugs, and street drugs, for example, marijuana, cocaine, heroin or amphetamines. The general purpose is to empower the patient to go up against substance dependence, if present, and stop substance maltreatment to keep away from the psychological, legal, financial, social, and physical results that can be caused, particularly by outrageous maltreatment.
 
Cardiac Rehabilitation 
Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is a part of rehabilitation medication/Physical Therapy dealing with improving physical capacity in patients with heart ailment or cardiovascular surgeries. CR services can be given amid hospitalization to the event or in an outpatient setting. While the "glue" of cardiovascular rehabilitation is work out, programs are advancing to become comprehensive prevention centers where all parts of preventive cardiology care are conveyed.
 
Reflexology 
Reflexology (or zone therapy) is an alternative medicine including application of pressure to the feet and hands with explicit thumb, finger, and hand procedures without the utilization of oil. It depends on a pseudoscientific arrangement of zones and reflex zones that purportedly mirror a picture of the body on the feet and hands, with the start that such work impacts a physical change to the body.
 
Exercise 
Exercise is a body action that upgrades or keeps up physical wellness and complete health. It is performed for different reasons, including expanding development and advancement, avoiding maturing, reinforcing muscles and the cardiovascular framework, sharpening athletic skills, weight reduction or maintenance, enhancing health and furthermore for pleasure.
 
Exercise Physiology 
Exercise physiology is the physiology of physical exercise. It is the study of the intense reactions and chronic adaptions to work out. Understanding the impact of exercise includes studying explicit changes in muscular, cardiovascular, and neurohumoral frameworks that lead to changes in functional capacity and strength because of aerobic exercise or strength training.
 
General Fitness Training 
General fitness training works in the direction of expansive objectives of complete health and prosperity, as opposed to limit objectives of sport competition, bigger muscles or concerns over appearance. A standard moderate exercise routine and healthy eating routine can enhance appearance markers of good wellbeing, for example, muscle tone, healthy skin, hair and nails, while forestalling age or way of life related reductions in health and the arrangement of heart and organ failures that go with inertia and poor diet.
 
Hemipelvectomy 
A hemipelvectomy is an abnormal state pelvic amputation. Alongside hip disarticulations, hemipelvectomies are the rarest of lower extremity amputations. At times, an inner hemipelvectomy can be performed, which is a limb-sparing procedure. An entire hemipelvectomy is the amputation of half of the pelvis and the leg on that side. This sort of strategy is also known as transpelvic removal.
 
Multiple Sclerosis 
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a demyelinating malady in which the protecting fronts of nerve cells in the mind and spinal cord are damaged. This harm disturbs the capacity of parts of the sensory system to communicate, bringing about a scope of signs and side effects, including physical, mental, and once in a while mental issues.
 
Musculoskeletal disorders 
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are wounds or pain in the human musculoskeletal framework, including the joints, tendons, muscles, nerves, and structures that help limbs, neck and back. MSDs can emerge from a sudden effort (e.g., lifting a substantial object), or they can emerge from making similar movements over and over redundant strain, or from repeated presentation to force, vibration, or cumbersome posture.
 
Pulmonary Rehabilitation 
Pulmonary rehabilitation (or respiratory rehabilitation) is a critical piece of the management and wellbeing of individuals with chronic respiratory sickness who stay symptomatic or keep on having diminished capacity in spite of standard therapeutic treatment. It is a wide remedial idea.
 
Sports Injuries 
Sports injuries are wounds that happen amid sport, athletic exercises, or working out. In the United States, there are roughly 30 million adolescents and children who take an interest in some type of sorted out sport. Of those, around three million competitors age 14 years and under experience a sports injury every year.
 

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Understanding the Importance of Illness Narratives in People with Multiple Sclerosis who Participated in an Exercise Rehabilitation Trial; A Qualitative Study

Objectives: To understand how illness narrative master plots may be expressed and associated together and to determine how stories are used to demonstrate the psychological benefits of exercise rehabilitation.

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