Advances in Rheumatology and Orthopedics is an open access peer reviewed journal covers various aspects related to muscles, bones and joints pains causing interference with daily activities in today’s world. The journal includes the recent findings in relation to natural history, pathophysiology, treatment, and outcome of the rheumatic diseases and joint pains.
Aim and Scope
The main objective of the journal is to maintain and develop science and related research at an international level for the scope of Rheumatism and associated diseases current findings. To achieve the purpose it invites all rheumatologist, dieticians, scholars, surgeons of related medical specialty to share their data of studies, diagnosing, treatment procedures in form of case reports, research article, review articles, letter to editor, short communications etc. as publications.
Advances in Rheumatology and Orthopedics is a scientific journal which covers high quality manuscripts which are both relevant and applicable to the broad field of diagnosing, treatment for joint pains and related disorder. This journal encompasses the study of full spectrum of arthritis and rheumatology.
Indexing & Abstracting
All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) – Crossref.
All published articles of this journal are included in the indexing and abstracting coverage of:
*Genamics – JournalSeek
*ResearchBib - Academic Research Index
*Free Medical Journals - Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research
*International Innovative Journal Impact Factor (IIJIF)
* Directory of Journals indexing
All published articles are permanently archived and available at Gavin Publishers website in HTML and PDF formats.
Article may be submitted to related analysis from list of topics:
· Ankylosing Spondylitis
· Arthritis Surgery
· Inflammatory Arthritis
· Joint Preserving Surgery
· Joint Surgery
· Knee Arthroscopy
· Knee Replacement
· Musculoskeletal Diseases
· Psoriatic Arthritis
· Rheumatic Diseases
· Rheumatoid Arthritis
· Rheumatology &Rehabilitation
· Rheumatology Research
· Still’s Disease
· Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
· Total Hip Replacement