European Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Studies

The European Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Studies serves as a peer-reviewed academic publication that provides a platform for the exchange of research findings and the dissemination of insights within the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation. Below are key points about this journal:

  • Research Papers: This journal offers a venue for the publication of original research papers that span a diverse range of topics within the domains of physiotherapy and rehabilitation. These papers facilitate the presentation of novel discoveries, theories, and advancements in research related to physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
  • Interdisciplinary Approach: The journal actively promotes an interdisciplinary perspective, encouraging the integration of knowledge from various interconnected disciplines. This approach aims to comprehensively address multifaceted challenges encountered in the fields of physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
  • Critical Analyses: In addition to research papers, the journal includes critical assessments of contemporary and pivotal issues within these domains. These analyses provide comprehensive and profound evaluations of specific subjects, theories, and practices, offering valuable insights for researchers and practitioners in physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
  • Regional and Global Focus: The journal offers insights into physiotherapy and rehabilitation issues, placing specific emphasis on European contexts while simultaneously addressing broader global concerns. This dual regional and global perspective is instrumental in comprehending the intricacies and dynamics of these fields.
  • Diverse Range of Topics: The journal covers an extensive spectrum of subjects within physiotherapy and rehabilitation. This encompasses physical therapy techniques, rehabilitation protocols, patient outcomes, musculoskeletal health, and various interconnected aspects of these domains.

Scholars, researchers, physiotherapists, rehabilitation professionals, and individuals with a keen interest in physiotherapy and rehabilitation will find this journal to be a valuable and indispensable resource. It operates as a platform for the dissemination of knowledge, the promotion of scholarly dialogue, and the cultivation of collaboration among experts in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation. The European Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Studies is published online in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Italian. Printed copies of the journal are available on request. The manuscripts can be submitted by using the submission form or at, specifying the preferred journal.

Vol 4, No 1 (2024)

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Dwarikanath Rout, Kumar Vikram, Avinash Tiwari, Nihar Ranjan Mohanty
Kinga Balla, Karl-Konstantin Haase
Joshua Prall, Brian Sayre, Steven Taylor, Madeleine Wenger, Michael Ross