About the Journal

We invite authors to submit their articles for publication. The guidelines are given to endorse smooth submission, review, and publication processes. Content should be unique, original and the presentation must be of potential interest to the readers. Articles may be submitted for publication that describe original research, short communication, case report, comments, commentary, review article, letters to editor and special reports. All articles must be submitted through online platform after registration in the Scopemed. Manuscripts must be submitted by one of the authors of the manuscript, and should not be submitted by anyone on their behalf. The principal/corresponding author must submit an undertaking along with the manuscript on behalf of all co-authors. (Please refer to the undertaking form). The author(s) will confirm that the manuscript (or any part thereof) has not previously been published or is being considered for publication elsewhere. In addition, any illustration, structure or table that has been published elsewhere must be informed. Hard copy submissions are not accepted. Format of your manuscript should be simple and clear, and avoid trying to “design” the document. Supporting document i.e. undertaking/conflict of interest can be downloaded/seen from the website.

Editorial Policy

The Journal of Riphah college of Rehabilitation Science is a peer-reviewed, open access, nonprofit multidisciplinary journal which encourages and invites researchers to submit review/research manuscripts in all fields of rehabilitation sciences, including physical therapy, speech and language pathology, pain management, orthotics and prosthetics,  sports physical therapy and other related areas of Allied Health Sciences.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Encourage all professionals to exchange their research, opinions and ideas in the all fields of rehabilitation and other similar sub-specialties.
  2. JRCRS provides a platform for the readers regarding transfer of knowledge.
  3. In JRCRS domain, the journal covers a range of unique research, reviews, commentary, case reports in all areas of Rehabilitation.
  4. The journal facilitates communication between physical therapists and related specialists around the world by providing an integrated and balanced vision of basic clinical research in rehabilitation.

Competing interests statement for the authors:

Authors must declare that she/ he has no meaningful competing, personal professional or business interests that could have an effect on the carried out work and its presentation explained/expressed in this manuscript. Likewise, they may also explain likely competing financial, personal, professional or business interests.