Pediatric Physical Therapy - Pediatric Physical Therapy Podcast

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Volume 32, Issue 2


INTERVEWS IN THIS EDITION:

  1. Afnan Gmmash BSPT MS, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Kentucky, Lexington
    TITLE: Challenges Faced by Therapists Providing Services for Infants With or at Risk for Cerebral Palsy
    The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges physical therapists and occupational therapists have in providing early intervention for infants with or at risk for cerebral palsy...


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Volume 32, Issue 1


INTERVEWS IN THIS EDITION

Pediatric Physical Therapy January 2019 Volume 32 Issue 1

1.Julie Badylak PT, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Ohio

TITLE:  Therapy Workloads in Pediatric Health: Preliminary Findings and Relevance for Defining Practice (Part 1)

To measure time spent by pediatric physical and occupational therapists in performing daily work activities.

2...


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 2019-12-20  48m
 
 

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...


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 2019-09-27  44m
 
 

Volume 31, Issue 3


INTERVIEWS IN THIS EDITION

  1. Sandra Jensen-Willett PT MS PCS

Director of Physical Therapy, Munroe Meyer Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha NE

Sitting Matters! Differences Between Sitters and Nonsitters at 6 Months’ Adjusted

“This retrospective study examines differences in prematurity-related risk and compares developmental outcomes between sitters and non-sitters at 6 months adjusted-age...


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 2019-06-27  47m
 
 

Volume 31, Issue 2, Part 2


1. Validity of the Early Activity Scale for Endurance and the Six-Minute Walk Test for children with cerebral palsy
Two well known tests of function in children with cerebral palsy: the Early Activity Scale for Endurance—EASE—and the Six-Minute Walk Test have been compared in a validation study for assessing children with cerebral palsy by functional ability level, sex, and age...


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 2019-03-27  30m
 
 
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 2019-03-27  39m
 
 

Volume 31, Issue 1


01 Effects of Structured Exercise Training in Children and Adolescents with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: A Systematic Review
Susan Klepper PT, MS, PhD, former Assistant Professor Rehabilitation & Regenerative Medicine (Physical Therapy), Columbia University, New York, NY
The purpose of this review was to update the evidence for safety and efficacy of structured exercise training in a variety of settings for children and adolescents with juvenile idiopathic...


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 2018-12-20  44m
 
 

Volume 30, Issue 4


1. Physical Therapy Management of Congenital Muscular Torticollis: A 2018 Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline from the American Physical Therapy Association Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy
AUTHORS: Sandra L. Kaplan, Colleen Coulter and Barbara Sargent
(https://journals.lww.com/pedpt/Fulltext/2018/07000/Informing_the_Update_to_the_Physical_Therapy.2...


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 2018-10-02  44m
 
 

Volume 30, Issue 3


  1. Informing the Update to the Physical Therapy Management of Congenital Muscular Torticollis Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline: A Systematic Review
    Emily Heidenreich PT DPT, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Division of Pediatric Rehabilitation  Medicine, Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles & Arkansas Children's, Little Rock:
    Talks about her study to systematically review the evidence on physical therapy diagnosis, prognosis, and intervention of...


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 2018-07-03  39m
 
 

Volume 30, Issue 2


Bert Steenbergen PhD, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Role of Pediatric Physical Therapists in Promoting Sports Participation in Developmental Coordination Disorder
To explore the role of pediatric physical therapists in promoting sports participation in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder and identify associated barriers and facilitators.

Max J...


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 2018-03-26  41m