A Journal of the Latest Musculoskeletal and Neurologic Research, Summarized for Quick Review.

Published by Academic Physicians

Why Rehab in Review?

Monthly summaries of the best current research

Among top three most read journals in the field

Published for over 24 years

From over 80 top medical journals

Endorsed by the World Health Organization, and the top national and international societies*

Created by Emory University doctors and a national network of academic partners

* World Health OrganizationInternational Society of Physical and Rehabilitation MedicineChinese Journal of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationIndian Association of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationMediterranean Forum of PRMAssociation of Academic PhysiatristsEuropean Society of Physical and Rehabilitation MedicineAustralasian Faculty of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine


  • Stress: How social conflict alters gut bacteria (3/23/2018) - We now know that our brains and guts influence each other — although many of the ways in which they are interlinked remain mysterious. A new study explores how stress related to conflict impacts gut bacteria, asking: is there a difference between how “winners” vs. “losers” are affected? In a new study, scientists look at ... Read more...
  • NHS approves low-level PEMF therapy for musculoskeletal pain relief (3/19/2018) - The UK’s National Health System (NHS), funded by the government, has approved an application to cover and pay for a low-level PEMF therapy device. The device, manufactured by BioElectronics, uses PEMF technology (also known as Pulsed Short Wave Technology) to provide relief from musculoskeletal pain. NewMed Ltd., the UK’s one-stop-shop for PEMF therapy, hopes this ... Read more...
  • Your brain stopped making new cells at age 13, study claims (3/8/2018) - Your brain has peaked by age 13. The creation of new brain cells in the hippocampus ends before we even reach adulthood, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Nature. Previously, scientists generally believed that the human hippocampus generates new brain cells or neurons throughout adulthood. There’s no consensus about the number of ... Read more...
  • 11th European Congress for Integrative Medicine September 21-23rd 2018 (3/2/2018) - We are pleased to invite you to attend the 11th European Congress for Integrative Medicine, “The Future of Comprehensive Patient Care” (ECIM) that will be held in Slovenia at the end of September 2018. The aim of the congress is to promote health and develop integrated and sustainable treatment for acute and chronic diseases. Your ... Read more...

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Rehab in Review provides concise readable summaries of current, pertinent articles from 100 distinguished journals.

Rehab in Review is produced by physicians specializing in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Rehab in Review is a surveillance journal whose editors scan 100 periodicals for the best, most current literature important to the practice of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

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