Journal of Yoga and Physiotherapy

Journal of yoga and physiotherapy is a multidisciplinary, international peer reviewed journal and is dedicated to promote spread the information in yoga and physiotherapy. Yoga is the practice of attaining physical and mental health through meditation and physical exercise. JYP is committed to publish research in physiotherapy and spiritual practice originated in globe. JYP aims to publish original and clinically relevant research in topics related to Physiotherapy and other related fields in the health care community thus encourages international readership. We aimed to provide an international assembly for encouraging noble discussions and thus contributing for best treatment aids for the yoga and physiotherapy to the needy and also benefiting readers and authors by accelerating the dissemination of research information providing maximum access to advanced current academic and clinical information through Evidence based practice. The purpose of the journal is to bring latest research about the field of physiotherapy & occupational therapy. It aims at rapid publication of high quality research, reviews and short communications and provides free access of the articles for the students, academicians, clinicians for future research.

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Latest Articles

Review Article June 11, 2024

To Enhance Wellness with Mindful Yoga: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Chuk Ling Julian LAI* and Michelle Tsz Ue Leung

DOI: 10.19080/JYP.2024.11.555814

Research Article May 24, 2024

Effectiveness of Dry Needling of the Tibialis Posterior for Control of the Medial Longitudinal Foot Arch

Missy A Thompson*, Amanda St Pierre, SueB Earl and Shiann Bontrager

DOI: 10.19080/JYP.2024.11.555813

Research Article May 10, 2024

Pelvic External Myofascial Mobilization Improves Both the Short- and Long-Term Outcomes of Chronic Pelvic Pain

Ajimsha MS, Ahmad Majzoub, Pramod D Shenoy, Laith Ahmad Ismail and Smithesh Kooven

DOI: 10.19080/JYP.2024.10.555811

Research Article March 22, 2024

Sleeping Position Associated with Well-Being and Mattress Type Linked to Low Back Pain

Jari Ylinen, Hannu Kautiainen and Juhani Multanen

DOI: 10.19080/JYP.2024.10.555809

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