Some books available in the library

  • Cardiovascular / respiratory physiotherapy
  • Cash textbook of general and medical and surgical conditions for physiotherapists
  •  Musculoskeletal physiotherapy: clinical science and evidence based practice
  •  Physiotherapy for burns and plastic reconstruction of  the hand
  • Physiotherapy for children
  • Physiotherapy in  orthopaedics : a problem solving approach
  • Physiotherapy in respiratory care: an evidence based approach
  • Practical evidence based physiotherapy
  • Recent advances in physiotherapy
  • Tidy’s Physiotherapy

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Big 4 Medical Journals

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Full-text not available)

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation RSS feed.

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ISSN 0003-9993) is published monthly by Elsevier Inc., 230 Park Avenue, Suite 800, New York, NY 10169. Periodicals postage paid at New York, NY and additional mailing offices.
I/EPs are brief (2-page) sheets that provide consumer-friendly information on topics relevant to rehabilitation medicine. I/EPs are designed to be torn out and copied or downloaded for sharing with others.
ACRM 2020 lives on. Access the entire conference recordings and earn up to hundreds of CMEs/CEUS. Content available until 30 June 2021. Go to
To examine the relationship between falls efficacy and the change in gait speed and functional status in older patients undergoing post-acute rehabilitation.
Author: Giulia Belloni, Laurence Seematter-Bagnoud, Hélène Krief, Kamiar Aminian, Christophe J. Büla
Author: Amy Houtrow
To examine political participation following traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Author: Flora M. Hammond, Christine S. Davis, Mark A. Hirsch, Julia M. Snow, Martha E. Kropf, Lisa Schur, Douglas Kruse, Andrew M. Ball
To analyze the effectiveness of a home-based restorative and compensatory upper limb apraxia (ULA) rehabilitation program.
Author: María Encarnación Aguilar-Ferrándiz, Sonia Toledano-Moreno, María Carmen García-Ríos, Rosa María Tapia-Haro, Francisco Javier Barrero-Hernández, Antonio Casas-Barragán, José Manuel Pérez-Mármol
To examine the adoption of Telerehabilitation services from the stakeholders’ perspective and to investigate the recent advances and future challenges.
Author: Naghmeh Niknejad, Waidah Ismail, Mahadi Bahari, Behzad Nazari

British Journal of Sports Medicine ( Full Text available for some articles)

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International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (Full-text available via NHS Athens)

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New zealand Journal of Physiotherapy (Full-text available via NHS Athens)

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Physical Therapy (Full-text available via NHS Athens)

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Physiotherapy Theory and Practice (Full-text available via NHS Athens after 18 months)

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