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Summer 2016 - Volume 28 - Issue 2
pp: 135-259


Lower Extremity Handheld Dynamometry Strength Measurement in Children With Cerebral Palsy

Mulder-Brouwer, Angelique N.; Rameckers, Eugene A. A.; Bastiaenen, Caroline H.

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):136-153, Summer 2016.


Modified Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy as a Home-Based Intervention for Children With Cerebral Palsy

Psychouli, Pavlina; Kennedy, Colin R.

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):154-160, Summer 2016.

Benefits and Enjoyment of a Swimming Intervention for Youth With Cerebral Palsy: An RCT Study

Declerck, Marlies; Verheul, Martine; Daly, Daniel; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):162-169, Summer 2016.

Vestibular Assessments in Children With Global Developmental Delay: An Exploratory Study

Dannenbaum, Elizabeth; Horne, Victoria; Malik, Farwa; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):171-178, Summer 2016.

The Effect of Ankle-Foot Orthoses on Community-Based Walking in Cerebral Palsy: A Clinical Pilot Study

Bjornson, Kristie; Zhou, Chuan; Fatone, Stefania; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):179-186, Summer 2016.

Six-Minute Walk Test in Children With Spastic Cerebral Palsy and Children Developing Typically

Fitzgerald, Diarmaid; Hickey, Claire; Delahunt, Eamonn; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):192-199, Summer 2016.

Genu Valgum and Flat Feet in Children With Healthy and Excessive Body Weight

Jankowicz-Szymanska, Agnieszka; Mikolajczyk, Edyta

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):200-206, Summer 2016.

Inter- and Intrarater Reliability of the Infant Motor Profile in 3- to 18-Month-Old Infants

Hecker, Eva; Baer, Gillian D.; Stark, Christina; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):217-222, Summer 2016.

Enabling 2-Wheeled Cycling for Youth With Down Syndrome

Halayko, Janine; Magill-Evans, Joyce; Smith, Veronica; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):224-230, Summer 2016.

Analysis of PEDI Normative Data Between Spain and the United States

Santamaría-Vázquez, Montserrat; Maturana, Ana María Águila; Blanco, Valeriana Guijo

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):232-237, Summer 2016.

Timed Up and Go: Reference Data for Children Who Are School Age

Itzkowitz, Adina; Kaplan, Sandra; Doyle, Maura; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 28(2):239-246, Summer 2016.




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Pediatric Physical Therapy Summer 2016, Volume 28, Issue 2;

Ankle-Foot Orthotics Are Not Always Suitable for Children with Cerebral Palsy

Kristie Bjornson, from the University of Washington in Seattle and the Seattle Children’s Research Institute, discusses findings about using orthotics in a community setting from a randomised study of children with cerebral palsy

“Guided Discovery” through Collaborative Choice Helps Children with Downs Syndrome and Intellectual Impairment Learn to Ride Bikes

Joyce McGill Evans, Professor Emerita from University of Alberta, talks about a study in which the “CO-OP” (Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance) method was used to help adolescents with cerebral palsy learn how to ride bikes.

Childhood Toe-Walking Explored by Measuring Vibration Perception

Claire Behnke from Phoenix Arizona reports findings from an investigation of distal vibration perception among children who “toe walk”

Teenager’s Obesity Was Associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Kathleen Galloway from Belmont University in Nashville Tennessee voices her concerns raised by a case of carpal tunnel syndrome found in an obese teenager. 

Study Finds Timed Up and Go Test Found Fit for Purpose

Adina Itzkowitz, senior physical therapist and co-ordinator of clinical education at the New York City Department of Education discusses an investigation of the TUG test to help monitor childhood development.

Weight Gain Prevention Success in School Age African-American Children

Peggy Pope, from Tallahassee, a County Schools Clinical Physical Therapist and Adjunct Professor at Florida A & M University describes the dietary and activity training methods they used to help 222 school-age children avoid gaining weight.

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