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About the Journal

Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, (TGR) is a peer-reviewed quarterly publication that presents clinical, basic, and applied research, as well as theoretic information, consolidated into a clinically relevant form. TGR is a leading resource for the healthcare professional practicing in the area of geriatric rehabilitation. TGR provides useful treatment information written by and for specialists in all aspects of geriatric care. Each issue focuses on a specific topic, providing best practices and dependable hands-on tips and techniques.

Indexing: Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation is cited in Abstracts in Social Gerontology, Academic OneFile, Allied and Complementary Medicine Database, Cumulative Index to Nursing Administration and Health Literature (CINAHL), EBSCO, EMBASE, Ex Libris, HINARI, JournalGuide, ProQuest, Scopus, Social Sciences Citation Index, TDNet, and Web of Science.  

Publication & Editorial Staff Contacts

Senior Publisher 
Kivmars Bowling
Phone: 215-521-8419
Fax: 215-405-2643
kivmars.bowling@wolterskluwer.com

Production Editor
Kevin Brosky
kevin.brosky@WoltersKluwer.com

Marketing Manager
Erin Enright
erin.enright@WoltersKluwer.com

Advertising Sales Manager
Michael Kokell
Phone: 646-674-6453
Michael.Kokell@wolterskluwer.com

Translation, Rights & Licensing
Silvia Serra
translationrights@wolterskluwer.com

LWW Business Offices
Two Commerce Square
2001 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 215-521-8300
www.lww.com

Editor-in-Chief 
Carole Lewis, DPT, PT, GTC, GCS, MSG, MPA, PhD, FAPTA
President, Physical Therapy Services of Washington, DC, Inc.
Adjunct Professor, School of Medicine and Health Sciences
George Washington University
Washington, DC

Managing Editor
Wendy Powers James, PT

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Upcoming Issues
  • Thieves' Market - 31:2
  • Manual Therapy and Geriatrics - 31:3
  • Oncology - 31:4
  • The Aging Athlete - 32:1
  • Thieves' Market - 32:2
  • Sex and Aging - 32:3
  • Falls Prevention - 32:4
  • VR Rehabilitation - 33:1