Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine


Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine


Critical Reviews in Physical Rehabilitation Medicine (ISSN 0896-2960) is a quarterly scientific journal published by Begell House covering the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. The editor-in-chief is Martin Grabois.

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