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October 2019 - Volume 31 - Issue 4
pp: 307-379,E1-E57


Knowledge Translation Lecture: Providing Best Practice in Neonatal Intensive Care and Follow-up: A Clinician-Researcher Collaboration

Brown, Shaaron E.; Dusing, Stacey C.

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):308-314, October 2019.

Zika Virus After Emergency Response: Can the ICF Guide Rehabilitation of Children With Microcephaly?

Longo, Egmar; de Campos, Ana Carolina; Schiariti, Veronica

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):370-372, October 2019.


Health-Related Quality of Life in Children With Chronic Illness Compared to Parents: A Systematic Review

Hall, Cheryl A.; Donza, Carly; McGinn, Sarah; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):315-322, October 2019.

The Effect of Inspiratory Muscle Training on Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: A Meta-analysis

Williamson, Elizabeth; Pederson, Natalie; Rawson, Hannah; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):323-330, October 2019.

CLINICAL BOTTOM LINE



Pediatric Physical Therapists' Use of the Congenital Muscular Torticollis Clinical Practice Guidelines: A Qualitative Implementation Study

Nixon-Cave, Kim; Kaplan, Sandra; Dole, Robin; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):331-336, October 2019.

Benefits of Activity-Based Interventions Among Female Adolescents Who Are Overweight and Obese

Bonney, Emmanuel; Ferguson, Gillian; Burgess, Theresa; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):338-345, October 2019.

A Physical Therapy Intervention to Advance Cognitive and Motor Skills: A Single Subject Study of a Young Child With Cerebral Palsy

Dusing, Stacey C.; Harbourne, Reggie T.; Lobo, Michele A.; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):347-352, October 2019.

Cross-Cultural Validity: Canadian Norm Values of the Alberta Infant Motor Scale Evaluated for Dutch Infants

Suir, Imke; Boonzaaijer, Marike; Nijmolen, Petra; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):354-358, October 2019.

Considering Propulsion Pattern in Therapeutic Outcomes for Children Who Use Manual Wheelchairs

Rammer, Jacob R.; Krzak, Joseph J.; Slavens, Brooke A.; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):360-368, October 2019.

CLINICAL BOTTOM LINE



Effect of Plantar Flexor Muscle Strengthening on the Gait of Children With Idiopathic Toe Walking: A Study Protocol

de Oliveira, Vanessa Gonçalves Coutinho; Arrebola, Lucas Simões; de Oliveira, Pedro Rizzi; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):373-378, October 2019.


ANNOUNCEMENTS



Efficacy of an Aquatic Exercise Program for 3 Cases of Rett Syndrome

Escobar Torres, Lourdes; Sanders, Mary E.; Belenguer Benitez, Charo; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):E6-E13, October 2019.

Dizziness in a Child With Irlen Syndrome: Differentiating Visual and Vestibular Complaints

Hoppes, Carrie W.; Morrell, Rebecca L.; Woelfel, Laura Ward; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):E20-E25, October 2019.

Informal Dance Intervention Improves BMI and Functional Gait in an Adolescent With Cerebral Palsy: A Case Report

Owens, Meghan; Silkwood-Sherer, Debbie

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 31(4):E26-E31, October 2019.



Creator: Pediatric Physical Therapy
Duration: 44:29
Pediatric Physical Therapy October 2019, Volume 31, Issue 4;

INTERVEWS IN THIS EDITION

Pediatric Physical Therapy October 2019 Volume 31 Issue 4

  1. Providing Best Practice in Neonatal Intensive Care and Follow up: A clinician-researcher collaboration

RICMOND, VA—Experience from the NICU on communicating and implementing new research into the clinic (knowledge translation) shows that clinicians and researchers can benefit from working together.

INTERVIEWEE: Shaaron E. Brown Clinical Physical Therapist, Children's Hospital, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA

“This invited lecture supports the importance of clinician-researchers collaborations for best practice.”

 

  1. The Effect of Inspiratory Muscle Training on Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: A Meta-Analysis

SPRINGFIELD, MI—Outcomes from physical therapy training interventions have been quantified in a meta-analysis of benefits from a physical approach to improving respiratory muscle performance in patients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, many of whom are not typically candidates for physical therapy now that medical treatments are so effective.

INTERVIEWEE: Elizabeth Williamson PT PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, Missouri State University, Springfield MI

“This study reports the respiratory muscle training effect on strength and endurance in individuals with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.”

  1. Pediatric Physical Therapists’ Use of the Congenital Muscular Torticollis Clinical Practice Guidelines: Qualitative Implementation Study

PITTSBURGH, PA—More than a year after release of the new physical therapy Guideline on Congenital Muscular Torticollis a new analysis gives insights to help clinicians implement it optimally.

INTERVIEWEE: Joseph Schreiber PT PhD,Professor and Program Director, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Chatham University, Pittsburgh PA

“This study is a follow-up to the quantitative survey to examine the perceptions of pediatric physical therapists on the application of the 2013 guidelines.” 

  1. Physical Therapy Intervention to Advance Cognitive and Motor Skills: A Single Subject Study of a Young Child with Cerebral Palsy

RICHMOND, VA—A single subject study of a young child with cerebral palsy looked at cognitive and motor outcomes and their inter-relationship after a new kind of physical therapy intervention.

INTERVIEWEE: Stacey Dusing PT PhD PCS, Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, Director of the Motor Development Laboratory, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond

This study evaluated the change in motor and cognitive abilities of a single child during participation in the START-Play intervention.”

  1. Cross-cultural validity: Canadian norm values of the Alberta Infant Motor Scale evaluated for Dutch infants

UTRECHT, NL—The potential for cross-cultural variability (between different populations around the world) in developmental assessment with the Alberta Infant Motor Scale has been revealed in a new study. 

INTERVIEWEE: Imke Suir, Department of Lifestyle and Health, Institute of Human Movement Studies, HU University of Applied Sciences, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

“To examine if the Canadian normative values of the Alberta Infant Motor Scale are appropriate for Dutch infants.”

  1. Considering Propulsion Pattern in Therapeutic Outcomes for Children who use Manual Wheelchairs

MILWAUKEE, WI—Patients who use manual wheelchairs have been investigated to assess the benefit of intensive physical therapy.

INTERVIEWEE—Jacob R. Rammer PhD, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Engineering Center, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

“This study assesses the effect of community-based intensive physical and occupational therapy on functional outcomes over a 7-week period for children who use manual wheelchairs.”

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