NeuroRehabilitation
An Interdisciplinary Journal

IMPACT FACTOR: 1,953 (JCR '09)

ISSN: 1053-8135
Volume 28-29; 8 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 29:1) published on 29 August 2011
Next issue (volume 29:2) scheduled for October 2011

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Editors-in-Chief
Nathan D. Zasler
Concussion Care Centre of Virginia / Tree of Life Services
10120 West Broad Street
Suite G & H
Glen Allen, VA 23060
USA
Tel.: +1 804 346 1803
Fax:+1 804 346 1956
E-mail: nzasler@cccv-ltd.com

Jeffrey S. Kreutzer
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Medical Center
West Hospital, Room 3-102
1200 East Broad Street
VCU P.O. Box 980542 Richmond, VA 23298-0542
USA
Tel.: +1 804 828 9055
Fax:+1 804 828 2378
E-mail: jskreutz@vcu.edu

Managing Editor
Melissa Oliver MS OTR/L
1201 Broad Rock Blvd
Richmond, VA 23249
USA
Tel.: +1 804 675 5000 ext. 5364
E-mail: melissaotr@gmail.com

 
Editorial Board
R.T. Katz, Clayton, MO, USA
M.D. Al-Jarrah, Irbid, Jordan P. Kennedy, Oxford, United Kingdom
M.A. Alexander, Wilmington, DE, USA J. León-Carrión, Seville, Spain
J.C. Arango Lasprilla, Richmond, VA, USA R. McNeny, Richmond, VA, USA
M. Barnes, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom B.E. Murdoch, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
L. Butt, Englewood, CO, USA J.H. Olver, Richmond, Vict., Australia
D.X. Cifu, Richmond, VA, USA J. Ponsford, Richmond, Vict., Australia
J.L. Cockrell, Portland, OR, USA B. Willer, Stevensville, Ont., Canada
C.A. Coelho, Storrs, CT, USA T.B. Yan, Guangzhou, China
R.G. Frank, Kent, OH, USA 

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Aims and Scope 
NeuroRehabilitation is an international journal which emphasizes publication of scientifically based, practical information relevant to all aspects of neurologic rehabilitation. Manuscripts cover the full life span and range of neurological disabilities including stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, neuromuscular disease, and other neurological disorders. Information is intended for an interdisciplinary audience.
Issues of the journal are thematically organized. Themes have focused on specific clinical disorders, types of therapy, and age groups. Proposals for thematic issues and suggestions for issue editors are welcomed. NeuroRehabilitation also publishes original research and book reviews. Letters to the editor, commentaries, and editorials are also welcomed.
Readers are encouraged to submit original research which includes experimental investigations or case reports. Reviews of rehabilitation literature will be published as well. Manuscripts are given blind, peer review, and authors are provided with timely, constructive feedback. Publication decisions will be made based on relevance to practice, quality of methodology, and synthesis of findings with existing literature.
 
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