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Advances in Neurorehabilitation

Submission deadline: 15 November 2022
Special Issue Editor
  • Daniele Coraci, MD, PhD
    Department of Neuroscience, University of Padua, Padua, Italy
    Interests: neuroscience; rehabilitation; ultrasound; neurophysiology
Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Neuro-rehabilitation is a broad medical field that includes the diagnosis, treatment and management of several diseases affecting the neuromuscular system, from the brain to the extreme body periphery. These diseases are associated with varying degrees of limitations and restrictions. The aim of rehabilitation is to overcome or reduce these handicaps.

The clinical effects of neuro-rehabilitation are well known and the positive outcomes have been widely reported in the literature. However, the basic research and neurophysiological variations related to rehabilitation programs deserve specific, in-depth analyses. In particular, the neuromuscular system can be studied with several objective outcome measures. These measures can also be applied to plan rehabilitation projects, to measure patient improvement after the administration of rehabilitation programs, and to define forecasting and organizational models.

This Special Issue will focus on basic research (molecular mechanisms, cellular effects, animal models) and on the application of various neurophysiological investigations for different conditions managed by neuro-rehabilitation. Special attention will be paid to the following outcome measures and diseases:

• Electroencephalography
• Evoked potentials
• Nerve conduction studies
• Electromyography
• Computed motion analysis
• Neuromuscular imaging
• Animal models
• Biomarkers of neuromuscular damage
• Genetic and epigenetic analysis of neuromuscular damage
• Molecular and cellular biology of neuromuscular damage
• Brain injuries
• Spinal cord injuries
• Radiculopathies, plexopathies and neuropathies
• Myopathies
• Autonomic dysfunctions
• Pain syndromes
• Sensory-motor alterations in orthopaedic and rheumatologic diseases
• Fatigue and pain in oncologic conditions
• Motor dysfunction in cardiopulmonary diseases

Assis. Prof. Daniele Coraci

Guest Editor

neurological diseases
outcome measures
neuromuscular system
ICF model
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