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April 2022 - Volume 33 - Issue 2

  • Alvaro N Gurovich, PT, PhD, FACSM
  • 1541-7891
  • 2374-8907
  • Quarterly
Published April 2021

In this issue, we present you five research reports mostly focused in pulmonary rehabilitation and physiology. First, Rebecca Byrd et al. studied the positive effects of 1-month pre-lung transplant rehabilitation on balance. Secondly, Catherine Stolboushkin et al. bring us best practices for critically ill patients with COVID-19 in the intensive care unit, which will be available free online following our COVID-19 dissemination practice. In an interesting study form Brazil, Adriana Garcia-Araujo et al. assessed chest mobility in children with asthma using cirtometry showing to be a reliable tool. On another important topic, MarySue Ingman et al. explore the use of the Physical Therapy Healthy Lifestyle Appraisal (PTHLA) as a new tool to assess behavior change. Finally, Elaheh Sajjadi et al. present a pilot study seeking to determine the effects of test interface on respiratory muscle activity and pulmonary function during respiratory testing. Most of these articles have been already published ahead-of-print online in our website for early access to our readers.

Alvaro N Gurovich, PT, PhD, FACSM
Editor-in-Chief ​

Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal is seeking to expand its cadre of manuscript reviewers

Read full job description here. 

To Apply:

​Please send letter of application highlighting research interests/experience and current CV to 
Alvaro Gurovich; CPTJ Editor in Chief at: [email protected]