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


  • Dr. Stringer (10/20/2017) - This is a wonderful story of a stellar but humble professor, who by power of intellect and stature of character has broken through barriers his entire career. It is no surprise that Dr. Stringer was able to attract and train such a such a student. These are the people who elevate us all to a ... Read more...
  • Improving Sleep after Breast Cancer (10/19/2017) - Quick Fact – After breast cancer, physical activity can improve sleep. Rogers, L et al physical activity and sleep quality and breast cancer survivors: A randomized trial. Medicine and science sports and exercise. 2017: 2009–2015
  • Brain Stimulation Partly Awakens Patient After 15 years in Coma (9/27/2017) - This report of a 35-year-old man who had a severe traumatic brain injury and had been in coma, found that stimulation of the brain by stimulating the vagus nerve could bring him to a state of awareness. While removed from a state of unresponsiveness to an ability to follow objects with his eyes, and turn ... Read more...
  • C.T.E. Found In Aaron Hernandez (Age 27) at Autopsy (9/27/2017) - What first occurred to me is that Aaron Hernandez was genetically vulnerable. What that means is while he seemed far too young to have brain damage this advanced, the reality is that some people are simply at greater risk. It’s a sad reality that this vulnerability wasn’t understood until autopsy.As we study further, we hope ... 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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