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Physiotherapy Research in a Danish University Hospital: A Retrospective Review, 2010-2018

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Introducing the New Journal in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

It gives us great pleasure to introduce readers with our international peer-reviewed, open access journal. Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is devoted to publish original research, reviews, and clinical reports on key areas of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and related fields.

Motor Imagery in Facial Palsy Rehabilitation

Intentional facial expression of emotion named facial mimic is critical to healthy social interactions. Psychological and functional implications of the facial paralysis present a devastating management problem to patients afflicted because their face have an important challenge of facial muscles that are fundamental also for affective communication

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