DMIHER Center for Advanced Physiotherapy Education & Research
The mission of Ravi Nair Physiotherapy College (RNPC) is to rehabilitate patients of the rural population of the Wardha district of central India by providing the best physiotherapy care for musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiovascular diseases, disorders, and dysfunctions. RNPC also aims to provide cost-effective community-based rehabilitation to remote individuals requiring patient care and specialized sports physiotherapy to rehabilitate and enhance athletes' performance. Ravi Nair Physiotherapy College provides a platform for innovative research and development in various rehabilitation streams and for improving patient function. In the last five years, Ravi Nair Physiotherapy College has indexed more than 500 articles in PubMed, Scopus, and Web of Science. We accept submissions in the following article types:
Case Reports: Share your unique and insightful clinical experiences by writing case studies that show the effectiveness of physiotherapy therapies in treating specific illnesses or patient scenarios. These reports can provide useful insights into rare or difficult cases, contributing to the physiotherapy community's collective knowledge.
Original Articles: Present your original research findings and studies that help to develop the field of physiotherapy. We welcome articles on a variety of themes, such as musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiovascular, and sports physiotherapy. Your research could look into new therapeutic approaches, the efficacy of interventions, or breakthrough methodologies and technology.
Review Articles: Provide comprehensive, evidence-based reviews of the existing literature in key areas of physiotherapy. These articles provide useful summaries of existing information, indicate research gaps, and suggest ideas for future research. We invite systematic reviews, meta-analyses, and narrative reviews that contribute to the development of evidence-based physiotherapy practice.
Technical Reports: Share novel strategies, methodologies, or technology that have the potential to improve physiotherapy service delivery. These reports should include a full discussion of the method, how it will be implemented, and how it will affect patient care. Reports on innovative assessment tools, rehabilitation procedures, therapeutic modalities, and assistive technologies are always welcome.