International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Open Access

ISSN: 2329-9096

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Citations Report

Citations Report - International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation [193 Articles]

The articles published in International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation have been cited 193 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

ELATIEF EE, ELKABALAWY MA, SALEH AM, MOHAMED AL. The Effect of Burst Mode Alternating Current Versus Axial Load Exercises on Hand Improvement and Grip Strength Post Colles' Fracture.

Eldin E (2017) Closed kinetic chain exercise versus Russian current stimulation in rehabilitation of colles’ fracture. Indian J Physiother Rehabil 1: 21-6.

EL E, EL-KABALAWY MA, SALEH AM, MOHAMED AL. The Effect of Russian Current Stimulation Versus Closed Kinetic Chain Exercise on the Range of Motion in Patients with Colles’ Fracture.

Lawford BJ, Walters J, Ferrar K (2016) Does walking improve disability status, function, or quality of life in adults with chronic low back pain? A systematic review. Clin Rehabil 30: 523-536.

Lawford BJ, Walters J, Ferrar K (2016) Does walking improve disability status, function, or quality of life in adults with chronic low back pain? A systematic review. Clin Rehabil 30: 523-536.

Haines KJ, Remedios L, Berney SC, Knott C, Denehy L (2016) The conceptualisation of health-related quality of life in decision-making by intensive care physicians: A qualitative inquiry. Australian Critical Care.

Kumar A, Graham JE, Resnik L, Karmarkar AM, Deutsch A, Tan A, et al. (2016) Examining the association between comorbidity indexes and functional status in hospitalized medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries. Phys Ther 96: 232.

Bertelli JA, Ghizoni MF (2017) Nerve transfers for restoration of finger flexion in patients with tetraplegia. J Neurosurgery: Spine 26: 55-61.

Al-Mohsen Emara HA (2015) The Role of Antigravity Treadmill in Haemophilic Children Aged 8 to 11 Years with Unilateral Knee Haemarthrosis without Radiological Involvement.

Emara HA. The Role of Antigravity Treadmill in Haemophilic Children Aged 8 to 11 Years with Unilateral Knee Haemarthrosis without Radiological Involvement. Br J Med Medical Res 10.

Maltz NA (2016) Running gait is altered as an effect to training with body weight support on an anti-gravity treadmill.

Henry MF, Ismail SM () Impact of Partial Weight-bearing Therapy on Walking Performance in Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease. Int J Therapies Rehabil Res 5: 46-53.

Rodrigues EF, da Costa LL, Leite RD (2016) Influence of exercise order on the rating of perceived exertion and number of repetitions in elderly women. ConScientiae Saúde 15: 361.

Rodrigues EF, da Costa LL, Leite RD (2016) Influência da ordem dos exercícios resistidos na percepção subjetiva de esforço e número de repetições em mulheres idosas. ConScientiae Saúde 15: 361-369.

Refaat A, Gawish M (2015) Effect of physical training on health-related quality of life in patients with moderate and severe asthma. Egyptian J Chest Dis Tuberculosis 64: 761-766.

Nasir NS, Tamrin SB, Subra-Manian K, Shukoor NS, Zolkifli N, et al. (2016) Association of Workplace Stressors with Salivary Alpha-Amylase Activity Levels among Fresh Fruit Bunch Cutters in Selangor. Iranian J Public Health 45: 68.

Park E, Lee YJ, Lee SW, Bang CH, Lee G, et al. (2016) Changes of oxidative/antioxidative parameters and DNA damage in firefighters wearing personal protective equipment during treadmill walking training. J Physical Ther Sci 28: 3173-3177.

TRUSTY M (2015) ACCOUNTING FOR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL STRESS IN THE LAW ENFORCEMENT PHYSICAL TRAINING SCHEDULE. TSAC REPORT: 3814.

Helms ER, Cronin J, Storey A, Zourdos MC (2016) Application of the Repetitions in Reserve-Based Rating of Perceived Exertion Scale for Resistance Training. Strength and Conditioning J 38: 42.

Signal NE. Strength for Task Training: a novel intervention to improve locomotor ability following stroke.

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