About the Journal
- Physical rehabilitation: physical and occupational therapy for recovery from injury and disability; development of movement- and exercise-based rehabilitation techniques; assistive technologies to improve patients' functionality and quality of life; and prevention and health promotion strategies in the field of physical rehabilitation.
- Music and creative therapies: Application of music and other forms of artistic expression in rehabilitation; therapeutic effects of music on physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being; integration of music therapy with other therapeutic approaches in rehabilitation; research on the role of creative therapies in recovery and quality of life.
- Psychological rehabilitation: psychological interventions for the management of chronic pain and chronic illness; treatment of mental health disorders related to rehabilitation; emotional and psychological support strategies for patients and their families; research on the influence of psychological factors on rehabilitation and the recovery process.
- Neurological rehabilitation: Rehabilitation therapies for people with neurological injuries or disorders; advances in neurorehabilitation based on brain stimulation and plasticity techniques; research on the recovery and adaptation of the nervous system after injuries; development of innovative technologies for neurological rehabilitation.
- Sports rehabilitation: Specialized therapy and training for athletes and active people, prevention and treatment of sports injuries, optimization of performance and recovery in sports, and research on specific rehabilitation techniques for athletes.
- Oral Rehabilitation: Research in the field of oral physiology, oral rehabilitation, dental diseases, orofacial pain conditions, dental caries, periodontal diseases, and orofacial traumas. Topics encompass diagnostics, treatment planning, restoration of teeth defects, tooth loss, and supporting tissue. This includes discussions on dental replacements such as implants, bridges, and detachable prosthetics, as well as their impact on patients' oral function, comfort, phonetics, appearance, and health.
Visibility and Open Access:
The journal follows an open access model, which maximizes the visibility of published articles.
Frequency of publication:
The journal follows a continuous publication model, where articles after acceptance are typeset and published in a single volume per year. Therefore, the call for submissions is permanently open.
Speed of publication:
The journal manages the following times of the editorial process: 5 days for the first response from the section editor or pass to peer review; 20 to 30 days responses from the editor on the observations of peer reviewers; 5 to 7 days in layout, metadata uploading and publication on the journal's site.
The editorial team combines rigorous peer review with the efficient timing of the editorial process, which is done exclusively in electronic format.
Promotion and dissemination strategy:
The journal develops a strategy to promote and position published articles on social networks and web platforms, which contributes to increase exposure and access to the articles.