Journal of Physiatry & Rehabilitation Studies (JPRS) in an international, high-quality journal that aims to publish the articles containing contemporary and important clinical research information. It accepts original research, review papers, clinical studies, editorials, etc., for publication.

The aim of JPRS is to provide the information on an ‚Äčopen-access range around the globe to all the researchers and scientist for the utilization of the knowledge in the development of various methods and techniques to overcome the disabilities. ‚Äč

RECENT ARTICLES
Knee Unloader Orthosis with Optimal Transitional Mechanism with Three Degrees of Freedom Joint Design in Subjects with Medial Compartment Knee Osteoarthritis
Patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA) suffer from progressive inability to stand and walk. orthosis is considered as a conservative treatment that uses corrective forces in all of stages of walking and standing. In this study, we aimed to design a...
A 3-Dimensional Model to Improve Practical Learning During A Pandemic
Virtual simulation experiment teaching can make up for the shortcomings of traditional physical experiments, but most of the current simulation software is two-dimensional, and the teaching effect is limited. This article uses Three.js3D technology,...
Closure of De Functioning Colostomy: Causes, Types, Sites and Early Complications
De functioning colostomy is a common operation, and is made for different reasons in emergency cases and in elective cases, it has different types which serve almost the same purpose; whether it is emergency or elective, it has possible complicatio...
Compliance to Compression Therapy Measurement, where are the Needs? Results of an International Survey
Compliance is the cornerstone of compression therapy in chronic disorders. The use of self-administered questionnaires is a standard way of measuring compliance. However, these questionnaires are not validated. Improving measurement would involve usi...
Can a Single Cup of Hot Liquid Cause a Life-Threatening Injury?A Retrospective Analysis of 544 Beverage Scaldings
Over 75% of childhood thermal injuries are scald injuries in a child. Most of these scalds are small and therefore not life threatening for the child. However, national campaign aiming to reduce beverage scalding to young children, point out that eve...
A Qualitative Analysis of the Attitude and Perceptions Regarding Teenage Pregnancy Amongst Teenagers in Sierra Leone
The teen pregnancy rate in Sierra Leone is still significantly high than the global average. Having a child at a young age increases the likelihood of many adverse health and educational outcomes including dropping out of school, unemployment, contra...