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Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):239-246, Summer 2016
NEW YORK CITY—A large study of New York school children with typical development has established baseline data for the “timed up and go” test (“TUG”) in wide use for assessing children’s goals and physical therapy needs. The data are published in Pediatric Physical Therapy journal (Pediatr Phys Ther 2016;00:1–8). Adina Itzkowitz, MS, PT, a New York City Department of Education Supervisor of Physical Therapy, discusses the findings and practical recommendations.