The mission of the Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice (OPTP) magazine is to serve as an advocate and resource for the practice of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy by fostering quality patient/client care and promoting professional growth.
The Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT) publishes scientifically rigorous content and promotes its application to movement-related health. Now in its 41st year, JOSPT aims to be the leading international source of knowledge for movement-related health.
The feature articles for this issue:
- Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy Instruction in Accredited Physical Therapy Programs in the United States
- The Functional Loss Clinical Reasoning Framework for the Neuromusculoskeletal Patient
- Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Loss in a Non-throwing Older Adult
- Survey of Ballet Dance Instructors and Female Dancers Concerning Perception of Dance-related Pain and Injury
- Management of Medial Patellar Luxation in Small Dogs and Cats: An Investigation into the Use of a Manual 3D Patellar Repositioning Technique
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Scientifically rigorous, clinically-relevant content for physical therapists and others in musculoskeletal & sports-related practice.
JOSPT prioritizes research with a clear clinical message and potential for immediate impact in musculoskeletal rehabilitation practice. JOSPT welcomes submissions covering issues in musculoskeletal health and rehabilitation from fields including physical therapy, orthopaedics, pain, epidemiology, and sports medicine. JOSPT does not publish basic science, cadaver, or animal research.