The Journal of Rehabilitation Therapy is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that welcomes submissions of the highest quality and significance across various areas of rehabilitation. Our primary focus is on articles that discuss the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions and the assessment of new techniques and methods that facilitate speedy and effective recovery. We also give due consideration to significant advancements that have shifted the field from primarily medical to encompass psychological and sociocultural aspects.

Our monthly issues serve as a valuable resource for rehabilitation professionals, keeping them informed about a wide range of topics related to physical, occupational, speech, respiratory, cognitive, and vocational rehabilitation, as well as rehabilitation medicine, nursing, return to work, special education, social work, social welfare, psychology, psychiatry, assistive technology, environmental factors related to disabilities, physical treatment of neuromuscular impairments, the development of innovative rehabilitative technologies, clinical studies, epidemiological research, and the use of electrodiagnostic studies.

We strongly encourage authors to review our Manuscript Guidelines, which provide information about journal instructions, publication fees, and the article submission process. Manuscripts that do not adhere to our guidelines may be sent back for revisions before undergoing peer review. If you have any questions regarding the author guidelines or the peer-review process, please don't hesitate to contact our editorial office at

To ensure the integrity of our publications, all submissions will undergo a plagiarism check before proceeding to the peer-review stage. Our manuscripts are rigorously edited and evaluated by highly qualified sectional editors. The Journal of Rehabilitation Therapy offers authors a comprehensive yet timely review of their submissions, and authors will receive regular updates on the status of their manuscripts.