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Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Calling for submissions for the 2022 volume for the following article types: Original Research, Study Characteristics, Clinical Studies, Systematic Reviews, Reviews, Mini Reviews, Case Series, and Commentaries

In the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation section, we consider for publication the latest advances in:

Central pain sensitisation syndromes

Performance assessment

Chronic pain

Peripheral nerve injury

Chronic musculoskeletal disorder rehabilitation

Physical therapy

Disability and employment

Quality of life and outcome measures in rehabilitation


Role of mind-body exercises in rehabilitation

Health psychology and disability

Sarcopenia and resistance training

Neuropathic pain

Spinal cord injury


Sports rehabilitation



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Annals of Medicine

Q1 Impact Factor Best Quartile

Two-Year Impact Factor 4.709
Five-Year Impact Factor 4.554

CiteScore 7.2

PubMed Central® and MEDLINE® Indexed

Meet the Section Editor

Associate Professor Simon Stebbings, Department of Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Associate Professor Simon Stebbings qualified MBBS from University College, London. Stebbings was a trainee in rehabilitation at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London and Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Rotorua, New Zealand. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine University Otago, where he has worked since 2014. Stebbings works clinically as a Rheumatologist and is a member of the Asia Pacific League of Associations for Rheumatology (APLAR) Education committee. His research interests include central pain sensitization syndromes, fatigue, sarcopenia, psychological impacts of chronic disease and outcome measures research.

Why is Annals of Medicine the best publication for your research?

Fully open access, general medical journal publishing articles under a CC BY license, allowing maximum sharing and reuse of articles to our international readership;

Publishing all scientifically valid research, including reporting of negative and null data, from translational to clinical research in all disciplines and therapy areas;

Led by an international editorial team of subject experts who ensure a constructive and rigorous peer review process;

Your research is promoted via a tailored, multi-channel approach to maximize visibility, readership and impact.

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