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Journal of Novel Physiotherapy and Physical Rehabilitation

ISSN: 2455-5487

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    • Publication lead time3 - 4 weeks
    • Indexing statusYes; Purview
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    • Submission ChargesNo
    • Waiver policy for APCYes
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  • Open AccessYes; Policy
    • Does the author retain unrestricted copyright?Yes
    • Does the author retain publishing rights?Yes
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  • NamePeertechz Publications Private Limited
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Journal of Novel Physiotherapy and Physical Rehabilitation is an open access, academic, well-established, international journal which is dedicated to publishing high quality manuscripts focus on Novel Physiotherapy and physical Rehabilitation. The peer reviewed journal which aims to advance

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Editorial Board

Pasquale Abete
Associate Professor,
Department of Translational Medical Sciences
University of Naples Federico II,
Italy
p.abete@unina.it
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Punita V Solanki
Occupational Therapist
K E M Hospital at Mumbai University
India
therapistindia@gmail.com
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Research Interest: Nutrition and Dietetics, Sports Medicine, Allied Health Science, Medical & Health Profession Education, Exercise Science, Child Health, Sports Science, Health and Wellness

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Rudney da Silva
Professor
Departament Physical Education
Catarina State University,
Brazil
rudney.silva@udesc.br
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Research Interest:Adapted Physical Activity, Bioethics, Inclusion, Rehabilitation

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Giuseppe Caminiti
Department of Cardiologic Rehabiltation
Italy
giuseppe.caminiti@sanraffaele.it
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Research Interest:Heart failure management, Exercise training physiology, Hypertension, Metabolic syndrome, Hormonal therapy of heart failure

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Manda L Keller-Ross
Assistant Professor
Mayo Clinic and Foundation,
USA
Keller.manda@mayo.edu
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Research Interest: Mechanisms of exercise intolerance in patients with hypertension and cardiovascular diseases.Neuromuscular limitations that contribute to skeletal muscle fatigue and central inhibition in cardiovascular diseases.Novel therapeutic strategies to treat musculoskeletal myopathies and reduce muscle fatigue in adults with heart failure .The contribution of locomotor muscle afferents (group III and IV) to central drive and cardiorespiratory responses during exercise in both healthy adults and those with heart failure. Interventions to reduce blood pressure and ventilation and improve exertional symptoms during exercise in chronic illnesses.Use of neuromodulation to reduce blood pressure in patients with hypertension and heart failure.

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Daniel Lambertz
Department of Physiotherapy
Federal University of Pernambuco,
Brazil
daniel.lambertz@ufpe.br
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Research Interest:Biomechanical modeling of isolated soft tissues, like muscles and tendons, and human muscles. Modeling of the interaction between the mechanical and neurophysiological properties of skeletal muscles. Study of the adaptative responses of mechanical and neurophysiological properties of skeletal muscles due to changes in functional demands, maturation, and aging. Interaction between elastic properties and reflex excitability involved in human movement.

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Benjamin Chitambira
University NHS Foundation Trust,
UK
bchitambira@nhs.net
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Research Interest:Novel forms of optokinetic stimulation to enhance neuroplasticity of the brain’s balance and voluntary movement systems for recovery of voluntary movements and mobility after severe strokes, traumatic brain injuries and critical illness polyneuropathy. Other areas of interest include falls, reduced mobility in the elderly and both central and peripheral vestibular dysfunction. The main thrust is on investigating how visual-vestibular interactions enhance recovery and rehabilitation after severe neurological insults.

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Ray Marks
Professor
Department of Health and Behavior Studies
Columbia University
USA
rm226@columbia.edu
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Research Interest:Orthopedic physical therapy, specifically falls injuries, hip fractures,osteoarthritis, and pain issues, plus electrotherapy, chronic disease management, and patient education.

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Mauro Walter Vaisberg
Federal University of Sao Paulo
Brazil
vaisberg.mauro@gmail.com
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Research Interest: physical activity Athletes Biological Sciences Cytokines Racing Oxidative Stress Physiology of Stress Physiology Immunoglobulin Marathon immune response Inflammatory response immune system

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Amira A Shahin
Professor
Cairo University,
Egypt
amirashahin@hotmail.com
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Research Interest:Rheumatology

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Carol Clark
Bournemouth University,
UK
cclark@bournemouth.ac.uk
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Research Interest: Pain perception and LBP -   Anglo European Chiropractic College;Interprofessional pain education  - Kings College London;Joint Hypermobility Syndrome intervention - led by the University of West of England; Physical inactivity in older people - Bournemouth University.Dyspraxia in students and the effects on education and practice

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Michelle Gray
University of Arkansas Health,
USA
rgray@uark.edu
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Research Interest:Resistance training among older adults; more specifically, high-velocity resistance training to prevent sarcopenia and functional decline.

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Tracie L Miller
Department of Pediatrics
University of Miami,
USA
Tmiller2@med.miami.edu
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Research Interest:Pathogenesis of malnutrition in HIV-infected children Nutritional assessment of HIV-infected children. Nutritional interventions for HIV-infected children.Gastrointestinal mucosal function of HIV-infected childrenClinical epidemiology of gastrointestinal and nutritional

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Dorothea Daentzer
Department of Oberirztin im
Neurochirurgie Sportmedizin Chirotherapie,
Germany
d.daentzer@t-online.de
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Research Interest:spine therapie (conservative and operative), cervical spine surgery, degenerative disorders of the spine, inflammation of the spine, biomechanics of the spine

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Muhammed D Al-Jarrah
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Jordan
jarrahm@just.edu.jo
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Research Interest: Effect of Aerobic Exercise Training in the Brain of Mouse with MPTP/Probencid Induced Chronic Parkinsonian. This project included three research projects:

Treadmill exercise training effect on:

- Cardiorespiratory and endurance indicators in mouse model of chronic Parkinsonism.

- Angiogenesis in the striatum of chronic Parkinsonian mouse

- Neurotrophic factors in the substantia nigra and striatum in mouse model of chronic Parkinsonism


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Non-surgical Spinal Decompression an Effective Physiotherapy Modality for Neck and Back Pain

Published On: June 15, 2017 | Pages: 062 - 065

Author(s): Lucian Henry*
View Article DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000049

Importance of Medication Knowledge in Patient Safety

Published On: April 13, 2017 | Pages: 060 - 061

Author(s): Kenneth L Miller*
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Walk to the Beat: A Case Report of the Use of a Novel Haptic Device to Improve Walking after Stroke

Published On: March 30, 2017 | Pages: 056 - 059

Author(s): Rachel C Stockley*, Glenis Donaldson, Theo Georgiou, Simon Holland, Janet Van der Linden, Josie Tetley, Linda Garbutt and Ornella Pinzone
View Article DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000047

A Study of the Perception, Level of Satisfaction and Control Requirements of a Self-Fitting Hearing Aid (A Qualitative Study)

Published On: March 20, 2017 | Pages: 048 - 055

Author(s): Dominic Beddis* and Stefan Bleeck
View Article DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000046

Optimizing Rehabilitation: The Potential to Assess Cardiorespiratory, Neuromuscular and Biomechanical Adaptations to Exercise of Children with Cerebral Palsy in the Face of Intra-Individual Variation

Published On: March 14, 2017 | Pages: 042 - 047

Author(s): Angeline N Leunkeu*, Roy J Shephard and Said Ahmaidi
View Article DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000045

The Impact of Pelvic Floor Exercises on the Quality of Life of Women with Urinary Incontinence – Analysis of Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period

Published On: March 14, 2017 | Pages: 035 - 041

Author(s): Zarawski Marcin, Kołomańska Daria, Maj Maria, Panicz Daria, Opławski Marcin and Mazur-Bialy Agnieszka Irena*
View Article DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000044

Effects of Motor-level Electrical Stimulations on Postprandial Glucose Levels in Non-Diabetic Young Individuals

Published On: February 06, 2017 | Pages: 027 - 032

Author(s): Han-Hung Huang*, Shelly D Weise, Man-Soo Ko, Trevor Hansen, Annika Johnson and Charity McCluskey
View Article DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000042

Right Ventricular Dysfunction is related with Poor Exercise Tolerance in Elderly Patients with Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction

Published On: January 23, 2017 | Pages: 021 - 026

Author(s): Chiara Fossati, Valentino D’Antoni, Jeganath Murugesan, Deborah Fortuna, Serena Selli, Noemi Punzo and Giuseppe Caminiti*
View Article DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000041

Instrumented Analysis of Spatial Temporal Gait Variability as a Marker of Falls Risk to Assist Clinical Practice: A Brief Review

Published On: January 12, 2017 | Pages: 014 - 020

Author(s): Brenton Hordacre*
View Article DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000040

Prosthetic Functional Rehabilitation Following Resection of an Oral Malignoma – A Case Report

Published On: January 09, 2017 | Pages: 009 - 013

Author(s): Zupancic-Cepic L*, Eder J, Schmid-Schwap M and Piehslinger E
View Article DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000039
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