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British Osteopathic Association
Manual Therapy is a peer-reviewed international journal, catering for the diverse needs of health care professionals engaged in all aspects of contemporary neuromusculoskeletal practice. These professions include, but are not limited to, physiotherapy/physical therapy, osteopathy, chiropractic and musculoskeletal medicine. The journal covers topics relevant to the neuromusculoskeletal system (spine and extremities) including pathology/biomechanics/ergonomics/applied anatomy and physiology/the scientific basis and efficacy of examination and manual therapeutic techniques (including manipulation, mobilisation and other manual therapy modalities)/treatment effects, outcomes and utility/professional issues relating to practice/outcome measurement and psychosocial and economic factors which influence therapeutic outcomes and effectiveness.
The journal particularly welcomes research based articles which inform the evidence base, relating to best practice/the patient experience/clinical reasoning and decision making/clinical activity/assessment/clinical management. Both quantitative and qualitative research articles are welcomed, emanating from laboratory based research, clinical research and community based research.
Manual Therapy Journal is a valuable resource for all those engaged in neuromusculoskeletal practice. Regular features include:
Editor InformationAnn Moore, Gwendolen JullBack To Top
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