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Physical Treatments Journal

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    The Journal of Physical Treatments is meant to publish original research with implications for physical therapy, from basic foundations leading to treatment enhancement, to applied treatment protocols and techniques that serve to enhance the understanding of physical therapy. Other types of articles adding to the knowledge content of physical therapy and related fields, such as systematic or narrative reviews, educational, theoretical or debate articles, brief reports, case histories or single case studies are also welcome. Our vision is to become one the most reliable and accessible sources for all those engaged in the science of physical therapy, from theory to practice, to find all they need to get up-to-date and share they experience in physical therapy and the related fields. Physical Treatments is a peer-reviewed journal accepting articles with sound methodologies which add enough to the literature to be published in his journal.

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    • Assessment of the High-Heel Shoes Effect on Head Protrusion Angle

      • Karimi N
      • Moedi S
      • Rahnama L
    • Effectiveness of Action Potential Simulation and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation on Pain and Function of Patients With Chronic Mechanical Shoulder Impairment

      • Reza A
      • Ashtiani A
      • Ghiasi F
    • Evaluation of the Relationship Between Fine Motor Skills and Demographic Indices in Students With Hearing Impairment

      • Mortazavi S
      • Mortazavi Z
      • Mirbagheri S
    • The Effect of 8 Weeks of Core Stability Muscles Training on Kinetics of Single-Leg Landing

      • Fatahi F
      • Ghasemi G
      • Karimi M
    • The Effectiveness of Group Play Therapy on Social Skills of Female Students With Intellectual Disability

      • Mirahmadi Z
      • Alamdarloo G