Journal of Physical Medicine

 ISSN: 2643-6108

Journal of Physical Medicine

About Journal

Journal of Physical Medicine is an open access, peer reviewed journal dedicated to publish experimental and descriptive articles emphasizing the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders related to the nerves, muscles, bones and brain that may produce temporary or permanent impairment. The journal is committed to share and discuss to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to those with physical impairments or disabilities. All the manuscripts published by Journal of Physical Medicine are made available freely with unrestricted use and reuse.

Journal of Physical Medicine is specially featured with electronically manageable tracking system to track their status with an ease at any point of time. It gives author an excellent feature to Publish quality images, large datasets, limitless table or figure illustrations, supplementary data's, etc. All the scientific content undergoes strict evaluation by expertise peers. The authors of published articles retain the copyrights and are free to distribute. The Journal adheres to the standards of Creative Common Attribution License.

The journal offers high visibility and insight to the quality publications and help discussing issues of importance to the scientific community. Diffusing Awareness in the community is a powerful tool for improving human health care.

Editorial Board

Dr. Stanley Paul Brown

Head and Professor of Clinical Exercise Physiology
Department of Kinesiology
Mississippi State University
United States of America

Prof. Trevor Archer

Department of Psychology
University of Gothenburg
Tel: +46-31-786-4694

Prof. Ireneusz Majsterek

Professor and Head
Department of Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry
Medical University of Lodz

Prof. Abdul Kader Souid

Professor of Pediatrics
College of Medicine & Health Sciences
United Arab Emirates University
United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971-3-713-7429

Dr. Alfio Ferlito

Professor and Chairman
ENT Clinic, School of Medicine
University of Udine
Tel: 39-049-868-6058

Dr. Martin A Katzman

Martin A Katzman
Clinical Director
Mood and Anxiety Disorders Clinic
Stress Trauma Anxiety Rehabilitation and Treatment
Toronto, Canada

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Latest Articles

Case Report

Low Intensity Laser as an Adjuvant to Improve Muscle Strength after Exercise: A Case Report

Muscle fatigue is a limiting factor in prosthetic patients and studies show that low intensity laser can improve performance and increase muscle stren... Read more



Intervertebral Disc and Physical Exercise: An Evidence- Based Remark

Back pain is a frequent complaint in elite athletes. The intervertebral disc (DIV) is a preponderant element in the programming of movement and postur... Read more


Original Article

Enhancing the Physiology and Effectiveness of Whole-Body Cryotherapy Treatment for Sports Recovery by Establishing an Optimum Protocol: A Review of Recent Perspectives

Whilst several modalities have been adopted to promote optimum sports recovery, the beneficial effects of Whole-Body Cryotherapy (WBC) remain equivoca... Read more


Original Article

The Role of Physiotherapy in the Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms

Lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) are highly prevalent in both male and female patients after stroke, ranging up to 94%. Physiotherapy has been invo... Read more


Original Article

The Effect of Non-Impact Lower Body Exercise on Individuals with Parkinson's Disease: A Case Study

Parkinson's disease (PD) is a progressive neurodegenerative syndrome characterized by motor dysfunctions resulting in general physical diminishment th... Read more



Functional MRI Reveals Emotional Modulation of Pain Processing in the Human Cervical Spinal Cord and Brainstem

Prior research has demonstrated that emotional state can influence pain perception. If a noxious stimulus is coupled with a negative emotional stimulu... Read more


Research Article

An Investigation into the Effect of Blood Flow Restriction on Pain and Muscular Endurance in Healthy Human Participants

Within-subject repeated measures cross-over study comparing full BFR (200 mmHg), partial BFR (100 mmHg) and no (control) BFR during hand-grip exercis... Read more


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