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Purpose: The following paper presents a case of a young boy who was diagnosed with hypotonic quadriplegic cerebral palsy (CP) and it answers the following PICO question via an evidence-based analysis: Would whole body ...
[2016-06-27] Exercise Training modalities for improving mobility in adults with multiple sclerosis Background/Purpose: This paper was written to investigate potential rehab techniques for a patient with multiple sclerosis (MS) who was having difficulty with mobility. This research addresses the PICO question: Is resistance ...
[2016-06-27] Effectiveness of Treadmill Training versus Overground Walking for Children with Cerebral Palsy Purpose: The aim of this literature review and case report was to answer the following PICO question via evidenced-based analysis: "In children younger than 12 years old, with cerebral palsy, does full weight bearing ...
Background and Purpose: The incidence of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries has increased over the past several years among athletes which has, therefore, resulted in an increase in ACL surgical reconstructions. ...
[2016-06-27] Functional and Developmental Gross Motor Benefits of Independent Adaptive Power Mobility Training for Children with Mobility Impairments Purpose: The purpose of this case study and evidence based literature analysis is to determine the gross motor benefits to and feasibility of early independent power mobility on children with mobility impairments. Background: ...