Physiotherapy Canada is pleased to announce Open access to top-10 physical therapy articles
The top-10 most cited articles in the history of Physiotherapy Canada are now freely available online. These scientific papers explore key concepts such as reliability, function, balance, endurance, prognostic indicators and outcome of physical therapy.
7. Measuring recovery of arm-hand function in stroke patients: A comparison of the Brunnstrom-Fugl-Meyer test and the Action Research Arm test (http://utpjournals.metapress.com/conten ... lltext.pdf) Author: W.J.G. De Weerdt
The official journal of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA), Physiotherapy Canada is published quarterly and is a scholarly, refereed journal that promotes excellence in physiotherapy by providing an international forum for the publication and review of information generated through research findings and their application, as well as innovation in clinical practice.
First published in 1924 as the Journal of the Canadian Association of Massage and Remedial Gymnastics, Physiotherapy Canada reaches over 11,000 readers (researchers, clinicians, administrators, students and support workers).
Clinician's commentaries for key articles assist in bridging research and practice by discussing the article's impact at the clinical level. The journal also features special themed series which bring readers up to date research supporting evidence-informed practice.
The Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) is the national professional association representing over 10,000 members distributed throughout all provinces and territories.
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