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This exploratory study investigated the frequency of occurrence of gross motor behaviors by nine children with cerebral palsy (CP) participating in an 11 -month conductive education (CE) program and the attainment of their gross motor objectives. The intervention team determined gross motor...
An ethnographic study was undertaken over a period of 8 months to explore the social meaning and function of humour in the practice of a team of physiotherapists in a UK National Health Service hospital. Interviews were carried out following the observations to gain the therapists' perspectives...
Low back pain (LBP) is a common and often disabling condition that deserves attention. Although LBP during pregnancy is a common clinical problem, only one study was found documenting prevalence of LBP during pregnancy in Iran. No investigation evaluated the diagnostic value of possible risk...
Little is known about the predictors of success on the written component of the Physiotherapy Competency Examination (PCE), the requirement for licensure in most Canadian jurisdictions. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between educational factors and the performance of...
Lymphedema is the tissue fluid accumulation that arises as a consequence of impaired lymphatic drainage. Lymphedema can result from either congenital (primary) or acquired (secondary) anomalies. Primary lymphedema affects 1–2 million people in the United States. Women are more affected by this...
This case describes the outcomes of a multifaceted rehabilitation program including body weight-supported overground gait training (BWSOGT) in a nonambulatory child with cerebral palsy (CP) and the impact of this treatment on the child's functional mobility. The patient is a nonambulatory...
Low back pain (LBP) is a prevalent condition across cultures, and the tools used for assessment of distinct groups need to be evaluated. Our goal was to investigate the psychometric properties of physical performance tests (PPTs) in a group of Brazilian Portuguese-speaking (BPS) individuals with...
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