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Course Bibliography

  1. Wren TA, Dryden JW, Mueske NM, Dennis SW, Healy BS, Rethlefsen SA. Comparison of 2 orthotic approaches in children with cerebral palsy. Pediatr Phys Ther. 2015 Fall; 27(3):218-26. doi: 10.1097/PEP.0000000000000153.
  2. Heymann I, Laluc A, Paysant J. Dynamic vs. static KAFO orthoses in the treatment of knee flexion contractures in children with cerebral palsy. Paper presented at: 4th International Cerebral Palsy Conference; October 10 13, 2012; Pisa, Italy.
  3. Smith KM, DeHarde M. Adjustable dynamic response™. The Academy Today. 2011;7(2).
  4. Bowman T. Single-case study: traditional thermoplastic AFO versus adjustable dynamic response™–a crossover single-case study. J Prosthet Orthot. 2010;22:84-90.
  5. Hardy K, Suever K, Sprague A, Hermann V, Levine P, Page SJ. Combined bracing, electrical stimulation, and functional practice for chronic, upper-extremity spasticity. Am J Occup Ther. 2010;64: 720-726.
  6. Stevens P, Fross N, Kapp S. Clinically relevant outcome measures in orthotics and prosthetics. The Academy Today. 2009;5(1).
  7. Wening J, Huskey M, Hasso D, Aruin A, Rao N. The effects of an AFO on gait parameters of acute and chronic hemiplegic subjects. The Academy Today. 2009;5(1).
  8. Yasukawa A, Cassar M. Children with elbow extension forearm rotation limitation: functional outcomes using the forearm rotation elbow orthosis. J Prosthet Orthot. 2009;21:160-166.
  9. Bowman T. Managing gait deviations with adjustable dynamic response. The Academy Today. 2008;4(2).
  10. Cusick B. Pediatric Foot and Ankle Development and Deformity Management Why and How. Progressive GaitWays, LLC; 2008.
  11. Fatone S, Campbell J. The use of ankle foot orthoses in the management of stroke. American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association, Inc. Evidence Note Number 1 November 2008.
  12. Yasukawa A, Lulinski J, Thornton L, Jaudes P. Improving elbow and wrist range of motion using a dynamic and static combination orthosis. J Prosthet Orthot. 2008;20-41-48.
  13. Bjornson KF, Belza B, Kartin D, Logsdon R, McLaughlin JF. Ambulatory physical activity performance in youth with cerebral palsy and youth who are developing typically. Phys Ther. 2007;87:248-257.
  14. Cusick B. Serial Casting for the Restoration of Soft-Tissue Extensibility in the Ankle and Foot. Version 3.d. Progressive GaitWays, LLC; 2007.
  15. Ozer K, Chesher SP, Scheker LR. Neuromuscular electrical stimulation and dynamic bracing for the management of upper extremity spasticity in children with cerebral palsy. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2006;48:559-563.
  16. Stevens P, DiBello T. The use of dynamic orthoses in reducing knee flexion contractures in a pediatric patient with myelomeningocele. The Academy Today. 2006;2(4).
  17. Farmer SE, Woolam PJ, Patrick JH, Roberts AP, Bromwich W. Dynamic orthoses in the management of joint contracture. J Bone Joint Surg. 2005;87-B:291-5.
  18. McDonald CM, Widman L, Abresch RT, Walsh SA, Walsh DD. Utility of a step activity monitor for the measurement of daily ambulatory activity in children. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2005;86:793-801.
  19. Smith KM. A new design for the management of the cerebral palsy hip. The Academy Today. 2005;1(2).
  20. Gage JR. The Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy. London: Mac Keith Press; 2004.
  21. Owen E. Tuning of ankle-foot orthosis combinations for children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida and other conditions. Paper presented at: Proceedings of European Society of Movement Analysis in Adults and Children (ESMAC) Seminars 2004; September 23 25, 2004; Warsaw, Poland.
  22. Condie E, Campbell J, Martina J. Report of a consensus conference on the orthotic management of stroke patients. International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics; September 21 26 2003; Netherlands.
  23. Yasukawa A, Malas BS, Gaebler-Spira DJ. Efficacy for maintenance of elbow range of motion of two types of orthotic devices: a case series. J Prosthet Orthot. 2003;15:72-77.
  24. Scheker LR, Chesher SP, Ramirez S. Neuromuscular electrical stimulation and dynamic bracing as a treatment for upper-extremity spasticity with children with cerebral palsy. J Hand Surg Am. 1999; 24:226-232.
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