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BJPT is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers original research articles on topics related to the professional activity of physical therapy and rehabilitation, including clinical, basic or applied studies on the assessment, prevention, and treatment of movement disorders.

Scope

BJPT is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers original research articles on topics related to the professional activity of physical therapy and rehabilitation, including clinical, basic or applied studies on the assessment, prevention, and treatment of movement disorders.

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2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Força-tarefa da European Respiratory Society para harmonização da educação na especialidade de Fisioterapia Respiratória: uma iniciativa de abrangência mundial
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Kinesio Taping effects on knee extension force among soccer players
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
The relationship between dual-task and cognitive performance among elderly participants who exercise regularly
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Effect of high-voltage electrical stimulation on the albumin and histamine serum concentrations, edema, and pain in acute joint inflammation of rats
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Intra and inter-rater reliability study of pelvic floor muscle dynamometric measurements
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Are 30 minutes of rest between two incremental shuttle walking tests enough for cardiovascular variables and perceived exertion to return to baseline values?
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Lower limb ice application alters ground reaction force during gait initiation
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Reliability of different methodologies of infrared image analysis of myofascial trigger points in the upper trapezius muscle
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Lower limb muscle strength is associated with functional performance and quality of life in patients with systemic sclerosis
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Validation and reliability of a modified sphygmomanometer for the assessment of handgrip strength in Parkinson’s disease
2015 - Vol. 19 / Issue 2
Balance, gait, functionality and strength: comparison between elderly fallers and non-fallers

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