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    Editor-in-Chief

    Ray Marks

    Ray Marks
    Columbia University, USA
    Email: rm226@columbia.edu; rmarks@york.cuny.edu
    Tel: 718-262-5109

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    Stavros Dimopoulos

    Stavros Dimopoulos
    University of Athens, Greece
    Email: stdimop@gmail.com; stdimop@med.uoa.gr
    Tel: 0030-2109493000
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    Editorial Board

    Stasinopoulos Dimitrios
    Assistant Professor,
    Department of Health Sciences,
    European University Cyprus
    Cyprus
    D.Stassinopoulos@euc.ac.cy
    JNPPR

    Research Interest: Physiotherapy, Physical Activity, Manual Therapy, Osteoarthritis

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    Dorothea Daentzer
    Department of Oberirztin im
    Neurochirurgie Sportmedizin Chirotherapie,
    Germany
    d.daentzer@t-online.de
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:spine therapie (conservative and operative), cervical spine surgery, degenerative disorders of the spine, inflammation of the spine, biomechanics of the spine

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    Stefano Masiero
    Professor
    University of Padua,
    Italy
    stef.masiero@unipd.it
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:New tools for rehabilitation of stroke (robot-therapy, virtual reality), rehabilitation of muscle-skeletal disease, spine and rheumatic diseases assessment and rehabilitation (Gait Analysis study, goniometer assessment).

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    Shih-Chen Fan
    Department of Occupational Therapy
    I-Shou University,
    Taiwan
    maggiefan15@gmail.com
    JNPPR

    Research Interest: Assistive Technology, Virtual Reality Therapy, Physical Dysfunction Rehabilitation, Human-Computer Interaction


























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    Carol Clark
    Bournemouth University,
    UK
    cclark@bournemouth.ac.uk
    JNPPR

    Research Interest: Pain perception and LBP -   Anglo European Chiropractic College;Interprofessional pain education  - Kings College London;Joint Hypermobility Syndrome intervention - led by the University of West of England; Physical inactivity in older people - Bournemouth University.Dyspraxia in students and the effects on education and practice

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    Borje Rehn
    Assistant Professor
    Dept Community Medicine and Rehabilitation
    Umea University,
    Sweden
    borje.rehn@umu.se
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:Musculoskeletal disorders and postural control during exposure to physically unstable conditions such as vibrations, tilts, jolts, trips, slips and shocks. Keywords to describe the research area are; ergonomics, musculoskeletal, biomechanics and postural control

























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    Glucia R Falsarella
    State University of Campinas,
    Brazil
    grfalsarella@ig.com.br
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:Sport and physical activity. Exercise physiology. Physical activity and quality of life in chronic disease. Occupational therapy. Orthopaedic and sports physical therapy. Physical activity, physical fitness and health. Musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiopulmonary and sports rehabilitation. Women's health physical therapy. Kinesiology

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    Daniel Lambertz
    Department of Physiotherapy
    Federal University of Pernambuco,
    Brazil
    daniel.lambertz@ufpe.br
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:Biomechanical modeling of isolated soft tissues, like muscles and tendons, and human muscles. Modeling of the interaction between the mechanical and neurophysiological properties of skeletal muscles. Study of the adaptative responses of mechanical and neurophysiological properties of skeletal muscles due to changes in functional demands, maturation, and aging. Interaction between elastic properties and reflex excitability involved in human movement.

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    Michelle Gray
    University of Arkansas Health,
    USA
    rgray@uark.edu
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:Resistance training among older adults; more specifically, high-velocity resistance training to prevent sarcopenia and functional decline.

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    Marlene Cristina Neves Rosa
    DepDepartment of Health Sciencesrtment of Health Sciences University of Aveiro, PortugalDepartment of Health Sciences University of Aveiro, Portugal
    University of Aveiro,
    Portugala
    marlenerosa@ua.pt
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:Study of muscle co-contraction during walking post-stroke.

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    Brenton Hordacre
    Researcher
    University of Adelaide,
    Australia
    brenton.hordacre@adelaide.edu.au
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy, Physical Therapy, Stroke, Amputee, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons Disease, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Electroencephalography, Neuroplasticity, Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation, Prosthetics.


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    Mauro Walter Vaisberg
    Federal University of Sao Paulo
    Brazil
    vaisberg.mauro@gmail.com
    JNPPR

    Research Interest: physical activity Athletes Biological Sciences Cytokines Racing Oxidative Stress Physiology of Stress Physiology Immunoglobulin Marathon immune response Inflammatory response immune system

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    Benjamin Chitambira
    University NHS Foundation Trust,
    UK
    bchitambira@nhs.net
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:Novel forms of optokinetic stimulation to enhance neuroplasticity of the brain’s balance and voluntary movement systems for recovery of voluntary movements and mobility after severe strokes, traumatic brain injuries and critical illness polyneuropathy. Other areas of interest include falls, reduced mobility in the elderly and both central and peripheral vestibular dysfunction. The main thrust is on investigating how visual-vestibular interactions enhance recovery and rehabilitation after severe neurological insults.

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    Raul A Simes Martins
    Assistant Professor
    University of Coimbra,
    Portugal
    raulmartins@fcdef.uc.pt
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:Health and exercise, Sports management

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    Giuseppe Caminiti
    Department of Cardiologic Rehabiltation
    Italy
    giuseppe.caminiti@sanraffaele.it
    JNPPR

    Research Interest:Heart failure management, Exercise training physiology, Hypertension, Metabolic syndrome, Hormonal therapy of heart failure

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    Published On: June 10, 2022 | Pages: 013 - 016

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    Published On: March 04, 2022 | Pages: 008 - 012

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    Published On: January 07, 2022 | Pages: 001 - 007

    Author(s): Betul Erbay, Pt, MSc and Nilay Comuk Balci, Pt, PhD*
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    Published On: December 02, 2021 | Pages: 044 - 047

    Author(s): Shobha Lekhraj, Vikash Chughani, Natasha Bhutto and Aadil Ameer Ali*
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    Published On: November 11, 2021 | Pages: 040 - 043

    Author(s): Komal Razzaq, Umair Arif*, Rabia Javaid, Hafiz Muhammad Almas Sabir, Attia Noreen, Maryam Ashfaq and Ramish Akram
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    Published On: October 01, 2021 | Pages: 033 - 039

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    Published On: August 07, 2021 | Pages: 029 - 032

    Author(s): Aadil Ameer Ali*, Natasha Bhutto, Shobha Lekhraj, Sonum Sachdev, Noman Haq, Arsum Shaikh & Shabana Yasmin
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    Posterior approach to the Hip Joint

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    Published On: August 07, 2021 | Pages: 024 - 028

    Author(s): K Mohan Iyer*
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    Prevalence of neck pain among the undergraduate physical therapy students of university of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan

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    Published On: July 30, 2021 | Pages: 020 - 023

    Author(s): Shivum Sachdev, Sakshi Talreja, Ibtahaj-ul-islam Ansari, Sidra Nasir and Aadil Ameer Ali*
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    Comparison of the effectiveness of proprioceptive and isometric exercises in Patients of knee osteoarthtitis: A randomized control trail

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    Published On: May 10, 2021 | Pages: 014 - 019

    Author(s): Sana Naqi, Aadil Ameer Ali*, Mahnoor Bugti, Naseebullah Sheikh, Muhammad Khan Bugti, Shahmeer Chandio, Amjad Hussain, Muhammad Ishque MR and Taufiq Ahmad
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