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Summer 2004 - Volume 16 - Issue 2
pp: 81-138

Ambulatory Activity Monitoring in Youth: State of the Science

Bjornson, Kristie F.; Belza, Basia

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 16(2):82-89, Summer 2004.

Enhancing Participation for Children with Disabilities: Application of the ICF Enablement Framework to Pediatric Physical Therapist Practice

Goldstein, Diana Nathan; Cohn, Ellen; Coster, Wendy

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 16(2):114-120, Summer 2004.

Timed Up and Down Stairs Test: Preliminary Reliability and Validity of a New Measure of Functional Mobility

Zaino, Christopher A.; Marchese, Victoria Gocha; Westcott, Sarah L.

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 16(2):90-98, Summer 2004.

Strength Training Can Have Unexpected Effects on the Self-Concept of Children with Cerebral Palsy

Dodd, Karen J.; Taylor, Nicholas F.; Graham, H. Kerr

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 16(2):99-105, Summer 2004.

Integrated Models of Pediatric Physical and Occupational Therapy: Regional Practice and Related Outcomes

Nolan, Karen W.; Mannato, Lori; Wilding, Gregory E.

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 16(2):121-128, Summer 2004.

Locomotor Training with Partial Body Weight Support on a Treadmill in a Nonambulatory Child with Spastic Tetraplegic Cerebral Palsy: A Case Report

Day, Jane A.; Fox, Emily J.; Lowe, Jodi; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 16(2):106-113, Summer 2004.