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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 NESitting 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 arthritis...


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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 congenital...


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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
 
 

Volume 30, Issue 1


LEAD STORY—Trends in attitudes and practice patterns of physical therapists in addressing childhood obesity in schools
Author:  Eydie Kendall
This study investigated trends in attitudes of school physical therapists about intervention for childhood obesity.
INTERVIEWS WITH:
1. Eydie Kendall PT, PhD, PCS, Assistant Professor, Plymouth State University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
2. Sanjay Kinra MBBS MD MRCP MSc PhD FFPH, Prof...


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 2018-01-08  37m
 
 

Volume 29, Issue 4


1. The Geek Perspective: Answering the Call for Advanced Technology in Research Inquiry Related to Pediatric Brain Injury and Motor Disability
Michael Wininger, PhD; Peter Pidcoe, PT, DPT, PhD
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences (Dr Wininger), University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut
This report announces that engineers would just love to help you monitor or control any aspect of your patient care...


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 2017-10-04  32m
 
 

Volume 29, Issue 4


1. The Geek Perspective: Answering the Call for Advanced Technology in Research Inquiry Related to Pediatric Brain Injury and Motor Disability
Michael Wininger, PhD; Peter Pidcoe, PT, DPT, PhD
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences (Dr Wininger), University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut
This report announces that engineers would just love to help you monitor or control any aspect of your patient care...


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 2017-10-04  32m