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October 2021 - Volume 33 - Issue 4
pp: 183-283,E108-E125



Motor Developmental Delay After Cardiac Surgery in Children With a Critical Congenital Heart Defect: A Systematic Literature Review and Meta-analysis

Sprong, Maaike C. A.; Broeders, Willem; van der Net, Janjaap; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):186-197, October 2021.


Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination Clinical Use to Recommend Therapist Assessment of Functional Hand Asymmetries

Pietruszewski, Lindsay; Nelin, Mary Ann; Batterson, Nancy; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):200-206, October 2021.

Neonatal PT Improves Neurobehavior and General Movements in Moderate to Late Preterm Infants Born in India: An RCT

Khurana, Sonia; Rao, Bhamini Krishna; Lewis, Leslie E.; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):208-216, October 2021.

Scootering for Children and Youth Is More Than Fun: Exploration of a Feasible Approach to Improve Function and Fitness

Wright, Marilyn; Twose, Donna; Gorter, Jan Willem

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):218-225, October 2021.

Multidimensional Effects of Solid and Hinged Ankle-Foot Orthosis in Children With Cerebral Palsy

Limpaninlachat, Sivaporn; Prasertsukdee, Saipin; Palisano, Robert J.; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):227-235, October 2021.

How Did the Lockdown Imposed Due to COVID-19 Affect Patients With Cerebral Palsy?

Dogruoz Karatekin, Bilinc; Icagasioglu, Afitap; Sahin, Seyma Nur; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):246-249, October 2021.

Scope and Practices of Physical Therapists Working With Children: Results From an International Online Survey

Camden, Chantal; Mulligan, Hilda; Nugraha, Boya; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):251-258, October 2021.

Parent Perspectives Regarding Care Delivery for Children With Idiopathic Toe Walking to Inform an American Physical Therapy Association Clinical Practice Guideline

Barkocy, Marybeth; Muir, Nancy; Le Cras, Sally; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):260-266, October 2021.

The Preliminary Criterion Validity of the Activ8 Activity Monitor to Measure Physical Activity in Youth Using a Wheelchair

Lankhorst, Kristel; Sol, Marleen; van den Berg-Emons, Rita; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):268-273, October 2021.


Dynamic Characteristics of Foot Development: A Narrative Synthesis of Plantar Pressure Data During Infancy and Childhood

Montagnani, Eleonora; Price, Carina; Nester, Chris; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 33(4):275-282, October 2021.




Creator: Pediatric Physical Therapy
Duration: 50:37
Pediatric Physical Therapy October 2021, Volume 33, Issue 4;

INTERVIEWS IN THIS EDITION:

Lindsay Pietruszewski PT DPT, Research Physical Therapist Center for Perinatal Research, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH
TITLE: Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination Clinical Use to Recommend Therapist Assessment of Functional Hand Asymmetries
DESCRIPTION: To determine whether in clinical settings, asymmetry scores derived from the Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination can provide cut-off scores for recommending in-depth assessment of upper extremity functional deficits by therapists using the Hand Assessment for Infants, a high-resource tool with excellent psychometric properties. 

Sonia Khurana PhD, Motor Development Laboratory, Physical Therapy Department, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA
TITLE: Neonatal PT Improves Neurobehavior and General Movements in Moderate to Late Preterm Infants Born in India: An RCT
DESCRIPTION: To examine whether a structured neonatal physical therapy program improves neurobehavior and general movements in moderate to late preterm infants.

Kristel Lankhorst PT PhD, Research Group Lifestyle and Health, HU University of Applied Sciences, Utrecht, Netherlands
TITLE: The Preliminary Criterion Validity of the Activ8 Activity Monitor to Measure Physical Activity in Youth Using a Wheelchair
DESCRIPTION: The primary aim of this study was to assess the absolute and relative time difference, agreement, sensitivity and positive predictive value of the adapted algorithm of the Activ8 to detect ‘active wheelchair use’ compared to observations through video recording.

Maaike Bolland-Sprong MSc, Center for Child Development, Exercise and Physical Literacy, University Medical Center Utrecht

TITLE: Motor Developmental Delay After Cardiac Surgery in Children With a Critical Congenital Heart Defect: A Systematic Literature Review and Meta-analysis
DESCRIPTION: To systematically review evidence regarding the severity and prevalence of motor development in children with a critical congenital heart defect without underlying genetic anomalies.

Marilyn Wright PT MSc, CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research, McMaster University, School of Rehabilitation Science, Hamilton, Canada
TITLE: Scootering for Children and Youth Is More Than Fun: Exploration of a Feasible Approach to Improve Function and Fitness
DESCRIPTION: Describe scootering as a physical therapy intervention for children/adolescents with mobility limitations within the “F-Words in Childhood Disability” (fitness, function, family, friends, fun, and future) and through motion analysis.

Bilinc Dogruoz  Karatekin MD, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic, Istanbul Medeniyet University, Istanbul, Turkey

TITLE: How Did the Lockdown Imposed Due to COVID-19 Affect Patients With Cerebral Palsy?
DESCRIPTION: This study investigated the change in mobility, pain, functional status and spasticity in a pediatric rehabilitation unit after the lockdown.

Eleonora Montagnani MSc, School of Health Sciences, University of Brighton, Eastbourne, United Kingdom TITLE: Dynamic Characteristics of Foot Development: A Narrative Synthesis of Plantar Pressure Data During Infancy and Childhood
DESCRIPTION: This narrative review aims to describe existing research reporting plantar pressure analysis in typically developing infants and children, to advance understanding of foot development.

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