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Pediatric Physical Therapy. 29(2):146-151, April 2017
UTRECHT, Netherlands—Parents could be a big help in detecting motor function deficits early in life by making video clips of their child and sending them to the physical therapist for assessment. A study in Pediatric Physical Therapy journal (Pediatr Phys Ther 2017;00:1–6) found that home videos helped clinicians keep track of their patients’ developmental progress and were a welcome supplement to face-to-face consultations. Marike Boonzaijer PT, MSc, of the Institute for Human Movement Studies, Research Center for Innovation in Healthcare at the University of Applied Sciences in Utrecht, talks about the benefits of adding family films to the clinicians’ armory of therapeutic approaches.