Aims and Scope
The Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation is the official journal of the Korean Society of Exercise Rehabilitation, and is published six times a year. Supplementary issues may be published. Its official abbreviation is "J Exerc Rehabil". It was launched in 2005. The title of the first volume was Journal of the Korean Society of Exercise Rehabilitation (pISSN 1976-6319). The journal title was changed to Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation from Volume 9 Number 2, 2013.
The effects of exercise rehabilitation are very broad and in some cases exercise rehabilitation has different treatment areas than traditional rehabilitation. Exercise rehabilitation can be presented as a solution to new diseases in modern society and it can replace traditional medicine in economically disadvantaged areas. Exercise rehabilitation is very effective in overcoming metabolic diseases and also has no side effects. Furthermore, exercise rehabilitation shows new possibility for neuropsychiatric diseases, such as depression, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, schizophrenia, etc.
The purpose of the Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation is to identify the effects of exercise rehabilitation on a variety of diseases and to identify mechanisms for exercise rehabilitation treatment. The Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation aims to serve as an intermediary for objective and scientific validation on the effects of exercise rehabilitation worldwide.
The types of manuscripts include research articles, review articles, and articles invited by the Editorial Board. The Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation contains 6 sections: Basic research on exercise rehabilitation, Clinical research on exercise rehabilitation, Exercise rehabilitation pedagogy, Exercise rehabilitation education, Exercise rehabilitation psychology, and Exercise rehabilitation welfare.
Only articles that are scientifically identified and originally developed as the results of new, significant, and recent study on the medical information and knowledge associated with the above-mentioned fields can be published in this Journal. All articles should be conducted ethically and comply with policies of management of the Korean Society of Exercise Rehabilitation. Articles that have been already published or submitted for publication elsewhere cannot be submitted to this journal, and articles that have been published in this Journal cannot be published elsewhere without permission. The Korean Society of Exercise Rehabilitation holds all copyrights of all the manuscripts that have been submitted and permitted for publication in this Journal.
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