January 2017 - Volume 29 - Issue 1

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Developing a Clinical Protocol for Habitual Physical Activity Monitoring in Youth With Cerebral Palsy

Nicholson, Kristen; Weaver, Aaron; George, Ameeka; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):2-7, January 2017.

Habitual Physical Activity in Children With Cerebral Palsy Aged 4 to 5 Years Across All Functional Abilities

Keawutan, Piyapa; Bell, Kristie L.; Oftedal, Stina; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):8-14, January 2017.

Leisure Participation Patterns of Children With Movement Impairments in New Zealand

Kanagasabai, Parimala S.; Mulligan, Hilda; Mirfin-Veitch, Brigit; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):16-22, January 2017.

The Relationships Between Capacity and Performance in Youths With Cerebral Palsy Differ for GMFCS Levels

Ho, Pei-Chi; Chang, Chia-Hsieh; Granlund, Mats; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):23-29, January 2017.

Power-Up: Exploration and Play in a Novel Modified Ride-On Car for Standing

Logan, Samuel W.; Lobo, Michele A.; Feldner, Heather A.; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):30-37, January 2017.

Effects of Combined Exercise Training on Functional Performance in Children With Cerebral Palsy: A Randomized-Controlled Study

Peungsuwan, Punnee; Parasin, Pattamavadee; Siritaratiwat, Wantana; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):39-46, January 2017.

Physical Therapy Dosing: Frequency and Type of Intervention in Pediatric Postacute Hospital Care

Dumas, Helene M.; Fragala-Pinkham, Maria A.; Rosen, Elaine L.; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):47-53, January 2017.

Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy for Children With Brain Tumors

Sparrow, Jessica; Zhu, Liang; Gajjar, Amar; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):55-61, January 2017.

Six-Month Follow-up of Supervised Spinal Stabilization Exercises for Low Back Pain in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

Zapata, Karina A.; Wang-Price, Sharon S.; Sucato, Daniel J.

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):62-66, January 2017.

Minimal Detectable Change for TUG and TUDS Tests for Children With Down Syndrome

Martin, Kathy; Natarus, Michael; Martin, Jeremy; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):77-82, January 2017.

Reliability of the Arch Height Index as a Measure of Foot Structure in Children

Drefus, Lisa C.; Kedem, Paz; Mangan, Siobhan M.; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):83-88, January 2017.



A Child With a Burn-Related Foot and Ankle Contracture Treated With Multiple Modalities

Yelvington, Miranda; Scoggins, Michelle; White, Leslie

Pediatric Physical Therapy . 29(1):90-94, January 2017.



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Pediatric Physical Therapy January 2017, Volume 29, Issue 1;

Minimal Detectable Change for TUG and TUDS Tests for Children With Down Syndrome
A study compared the Timed Up and Go test (TUG) with the Timed Up and Down Stairs test (TUDS) in a group of 12 children children with Down Syndrome. 
Kathy Martin, PT, DHSc, Krannert School of Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis, Indiana.

Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy for Children With Brain Tumors
A tailored therapy for children with brain tumors has been used successfully to help with upper extremity hemiplegia.
Jessica Sparrow, OTD, OTR/L, Rehabilitation Services, St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee.

Reliability of the Arch Height Index as a Measure of Foot Structure in Children
Study findings have confirmed the value of an objective measure of foot structure to monitor children with flat feet over a period of time.
Lisa C. Drefus, PT, DPT; Pediatric Rehabilitation, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City.

The Relationships Between Capacity and Performance in Youths With Cerebral Palsy Differ for GMFCS Levels
Chinese children with cerebral palsy have been assessed successfully by using similar tools to those used in the United States. 
Ai-Wen Hwang, PT, PhD Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Chang Gung University, Tao-Yuan, Taiwan

Six-Month Follow-up of Supervised Spinal Stabilization Exercises for Low Back Pain in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis
Adolescents with low back pain associated with idiopathic scoliosis benefited from more physical therapy rather than less. 
Karina A. Zapata, PT, PhD; Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Dallas

Developing a Clinical Protocol for Habitual Physical Activity Monitoring in Youth With Cerebral Palsy
Recommendations have emerged from a study to improve the monitoring of usual daily patterns of physical activity in youths and children who have cerebral palsy.
Kristen Nicholson, PhD, Nemours Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children, 1600 Rockland Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803

A Child With a Burn-Related Foot and Ankle Contracture Treated With Multiple Modalities
A combination of high-tech materials plus clinical experience has minimized disability in a child with a scar from severe burn to the foot and ankle.
Miranda Yelvington, MS, OTR/L, BCPR, Occupational Therapy, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock

Power-Up: Exploration and Play in a Novel Modified Ride-On Car for Standing
Latest findings demonstrate that a modified ride-on car can better help children with disability.
Samuel Logan PhD, Assistant Professor, Oregon State University, Corvalis, OR

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