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Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy

General Information and Editorial Board

Editorial Team

Editor: Dr. Archna Sharma
Head. Dept. of Physiotherapy, G. M. Modi Hospital, Saket, New Delhi – 110 017
E-mail: editor.ijpot(at)gmail.com
Executive Editor
Dr. R.K. Sharma

International Editorial
Advisory Board

Dr. Amita Salwan, USA Dr. Smiti, Canada Dr. T. A. Hun, USA Heidrun Becker, Germany
Rosi Haarer Becker, Germany Prof. Dra. Maria de Fatima Guerreiro Godoy, Brazil    

National Editorial

Advisory Board

Prof. U. Singh, New Delhi Dr. Dayananda Kiran, Indore Dr. J.K. Maheshwari, New Delhi Dr. Nivedita Kashyap, New Delhi
Dr. Renu Sharma, New Delhi Dr. S.L. Yadav, New Delhi Dr. Veena Krishnananda, Mumbai Prof. Kamal N. Arya, New Delhi
Dr. Anjani Manchanda, New Delhi Dr. M.K. Verma, New Delhi Dr. J.B. Sharma, New Delhi Prof. G. Arun Maiya, Manipal
Prof. Jasobanta Sethi, Bangalore Prof. Shovan Saha, Manipal Prof. Narasimman S., Mangalore  

Editor-in- Chief: Dr. Archna Sharma

Head of the Dept of Physiotherapy G.M. Modi Hospital, Saket, New Delhi –110 017, India

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ABOUT THE JOURNAL

Print-ISSN: 0973-5666 Electronic – ISSN: 0973-5674, Frequency: Quarterly (4 issues per volume).

An essential journal for all Physiotherapists & Occupational therapists provides professionals with a forum in which to discuss today’s challenges—identifying the philosophical and conceptual foundations of the practice; sharing innovative evaluation and treatment techniques; learning about and assimilating new methodologies developing in related professions; and communicating information about new practice settings. The journal serves as a valuable tool for helping therapists deal effectively with the challenges of the field. It emphasizes articles and reports that are directly relevant to practice.

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Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy
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Tel.: 91-11-26493988, Mobile: 098910 16710
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