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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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2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
Is heart rate variability a feasible method to determine anaerobic threshold in progressive resistance exercise in coronary artery disease?
2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
Analysis of agreement between cardiac risk stratification protocols applied to participants of a center for cardiac rehabilitation
2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
Family’s presence associated with increased physical activity in patients with acute stroke: an observational study
2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
High voltage pulsed current in collagen realignment, synthesis, and angiogenesis after Achilles tendon partial rupture
2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
Chronic heart failure modifies respiratory mechanics in rats: a randomized controlled trial
2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
Effect of a single session of ear acupuncture on pain intensity and postural control in individuals with chronic low back pain: a randomized controlled trial
2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
Effects of non-invasive ventilation and posture on chest wall volumes and motion in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: a case series
2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
Posture and mobility of the upper body quadrant and pulmonary function in COPD: an exploratory study
2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
Health, function and disability in stroke patients in the community
2016 - Vol. 20 / Issue 4
Effects of 10,000 steps a day on physical and mental health in overweight participants in a community setting: a preliminary study

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