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IJSPT: An AASPT Member Benefit that Spans the Globe


The Clinical Journal for Sports Physical Therapists:
Put What You Learn Into Practice Today

The American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy (AASPT), formerly the Sports Physical Therapy Section (SPTS), created the North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy to address current physical therapy trends and practices to improve the care of the recreationally active individual.

It was designed as a benefit of membership for the Sports Physical Therapy Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. The first issue was released February 1, 2006. Beginning V4N1, the Journal became an online publication and all archives were posted on the NAJSPT website. Members and subscribers have immediate access to the publication and articles are available for purchase by non-members. Subscriptions are also available for non-members.

On January 1, 2011, the journal became the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, and serves as a benefit of membership for countries around the world. It is an official publication of the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy (IFSPT).

The journal is currently indexed by PubMed, CINAHL and Sport Discus.


The current year's volumes, as well as the previous year's volumes, are accessible as both reader view files and individual page files (pdf).

Full articles of these issues are accessible only by AASPT members and our subscribers.

Previous volumes may be found under Archived Issues. They are presented as full issues as a single PDF file. There are no subscriber restrictions on these files.

Individual articles are also available through PubMed approximately 60-90 days following publication.