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Special Issue: Spine Trauma Treatment: Recommendations of the Spine Section of the German Society for Orthopaedics and Trauma (DGOU)
Spinal trauma surgery has evolved as a separate subspecialty within a wide range of spinal disorders. This supplement brings together all relevant aspects of spine trauma treatment, following systematically the medical aspects and focusing specifically on the indications for treatment.
Sports Health is now ranked in Sports Sciences, with an impact factor of 2.694.
Hand Therapy publishes original articles and short reports on the theory and practice of hand therapy, upper limb and related fields.
Suitable material is not limited to the practice of physiotherapy and occupational therapy for the hand, but includes related fields where these are a matter of interest to those in the practice of hand therapy.
RecoverNow: A patient perspective on the delivery of mobile tablet-based stroke rehabilitation in the acute care setting by Karen Mallet, Rany Shamloul, Michael Pugliese, Emma Power, Dale Corbett, Simon Hatcher, Michel Shamy, Grant Stotts, Lise Zakutney, Sean Dukelow, and Dar Dowlatshahi
The Post Ischaemic Stroke Cardiovascular Exercise Study: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial of fitness training for brain health by Liam Johnson, Emilio Werden, Chris Shirbin, Laura Bird, Elizabeth Landau, Toby Cumming, Leonid Churilov, Julie A Bernhardt, Vincent Thijs, and Amy Brodtmann
Measurement of transversus abdominis activation in chronic low back pain patients using a novel standardized real-time ultrasound imaging method by Carol A Flavell, Laurence G Marshman, and Susan J Gordo
The Value of Rehabilitation Medicine for Patients Receiving Palliative Care by Sarah A. Wittry, Ny-Ying Lam, and Thomas McNalley
Virtual Reality for Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review by JIabin Shen, Sarah Johnson, Cheng Chen, and Henry Xiang
Type and Timing of Rehabilitation Following Acute and Subacute Spinal Cord Injury: A Systematic Review by Anthony S. Burns, Ralph J. Marino, and Sukhvinder Kalsi-Ryan
Rehabilitation Outcomes for Total Knee Arthroplasties: Continuous Adductor Canal Block Versus Continuous Femoral Nerve Block by Patrick T. Brennan, Jesus M. Villa, Mark D. Rossi, Marcos A. Sanchez-Gonzalez, and Carlos J. Lavernia
Patient-Reported Outcomes Within the First Year After Hip Arthroscopy and Rehabilitation for Femoroacetabular Impingement and/or Labral Injury: The Difference Between Getting Better and Getting Back to Normal by Kristian Thorborg, Otto Kraemer, Anne-Dorthe Madsen, and Per Hölmich
Rehabilitation and Return to Sports: Proceedings of the International Consensus Meeting on Cartilage Repair of the Ankle by Pieter D’Hooghe, Christopher D. Murawski, Lorraine A. T. Boakye, David O. Osei-Hwedieh, Mark C. Drakos, Jay Hertel, Keun Bae Lee, Adam Popchak, Martin Wiewiorski, and Niek van Dijk
Emerging From the Haze: A Pilot Study Evaluating Feasibility of a Psychoeducational Intervention to Improve Cancer-Related Cognitive Impairment in Gynecologic Cancer Survivors by Margaret I. Liang, Bryce Erich, Charlotte Bailey, Mi-Yeoung Jo, Christine S. Walsh, and Arash Asher
Quality Improvement Curriculum for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residents: A Needs Assessment by Ashlee Jaffe, Melissa Klein, Mary McMahon, and David Pruitt
We are currently accepting submissions for our next special issue, Optimizing Children's Participation for Health and Wellbeing, until 31 January 2019.
Guest Edited by Jenny Ziviani and Catherine McBryde.
Attention Researchers from Across the Globe: Home Health Care Management & Practice now has an international focus! This peer-reviewed publication compares and contrasts how different cultures approach care at home.
OTJR aims to advance knowledge and science in occupational therapy and related fields through the publication of scholarly literature and research. The journal publishes research that advances the understanding of occupation as it relates to participation and health. Plus, as of 2017, the journal now has an Impact Factor of 1.000.
Submit your evidence-based basic and clinical practice research to Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, the #1 ranked journal in rehabilitation (SCI).
Join SAGE at the largest conference on physical therapy in the U.S. The APTA (American Physical Therapy Association). Combined Sections Meeting includes programming designed by all 18 of APTA’s specialty sections.
Date: January 23-26, 2019, Washington, DC
Join us at the largest gathering of occupational therapy professional in the world at AOTA 2018. Visit the AOTF booth for more information on SAGE’s titles in occupational therapy, rehabilitation, and more, including the journal OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health.
Date: April 4-7, 2019, New Orleans, LA