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Getting the PIQ-ture Assessing and Treating Common Pediatric Patients
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Product Details
Format:
Audio CD - 4+ hours   Instructions
Length:
5 hr 43 min
Details:
Multi-disc audio recording with instructions
Author:
MICHELLE LINEHAN, MSPT, PCS, MED
Publisher:
Vyne Education
Copyright:
4/30/2013
CE Available:
Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
Product Code:
AUD020123
Objectives
Describe the assessment tools available for pediatric motor evaluations and identify which one(s) to use for specific pediatric patients

Organize information gathered during an evaluation session into a comprehensive report

Define and describe four common types of pediatric patients seen by motor therapists and school personnel

Develop a treatment for each of the four types of pediatric patients: children with low tone, high tone, torticollis, and premature infants

Implement the PIQ-ture assessment tool to complement and complete an evaluation of any pediatric patient

Outline

 

INTRODUCTION

u          Consilience—definition

u          How this can help us as therapists (e.g. baclofen for alcoholism)

 

ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN

u          Issues with evaluation of children

            -           Lois Bly’s Motor Skills Acquisition Check List

u          What to evaluate

u          Choosing an evaluation tool

u          Commonly used norm-referenced tools for general motor skill assessment

            -           Bayley Scales of Infant Development

            -           Peabody Developmental Motor Scales

            -           Movement ABC

            -           Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Performance

u          Re-evaluation with standardized assessments

u          Commonly used criterion-reference pediatric assessment tools

            -           gross motor function measure (88 and 66)

            -           school function assessment

            -           goal attainment scale

u          Gathering other pertinent information

            -           five senses

            -           the use of PIQ (Posture in Positions, Initiations and Inhibitions, Quality and Quantity)

u          Evaluation components

            -           strength chart

            -           gait analysis

u          Treatment planning

            -           use of left vs. right brain thinking

            -           PT/OT diagnoses vs. medical diagnoses

 

TORTICOLLIS

u          Definition and incidence

u          Causes

u          Changes in developmental milestones with Back to Sleep

u          Evaluation

            -           PIQ

-           cranial measurements

-           range of motion

-           motor evaluation

u          Intervention Ideas

            -           positioning

            -           range of motion

            -           case study

 

PREMATURITY

u          Definition, incidence, morbidity, causes

Long term sequella

Dynamic systems theory

u          Evaluation -  subjective and objective information

            -           complications, feeding, physical aspects

-           PIQ

standardized assessments

TIMP

Alberta Infant Motor Scale

INFANIB

-           Infant Behavioral Assessment (IBA)

u          Intervention

            -           parental education

            -           supine vs. prone

            -           frequency, location

            -           case study

 

HYPOTONIA (moved up)

u          Definition and clinical characteristics

u          Causes

-           non-neurological

-           central

-           peripheral

-           others

u          Weakness vs. joint laxity vs. low tone

-           measuring joint laxity

u          Assessing children with low tone

-           INFANIB

            -           movement assessment of infants

            -           gross motor function measure

            -           PIQ

            -           range of motion

-           sensation and perception - proprioception

u          Intervention strategies—moving from diagnosis to treatment

-           task analysis + noted impairments → treatment

-           chart with treatment ideas

-           Patricia Winder’s book

-           audience input

-           other ideas  (equipment, hip helpers)

            -           case study

 

HYPERTONIA

u          Definition and incidence

            -           spasticity vs. hypertonia

            -           classification system for cerebral palsy

u          Assessing children with tone disorders

            -           past medical history

orthopedic issues

            -           standardized assessments

            -           PIQ

            -           causes of in-toeing

Ryder’s test

            -           strength, balance, sensation/perception

u          Treatment ideas

            -           strengthening for children with hypertonia

            -           whole body vibration plate

            -           NDT

            -           constraint-induced movement therapy

            -           taping, stretching, NMES vs. TES

u          Adaptive equipment

-           PBWB

-           standers

-           orthotics

u          Case study using chart for single goal

u          Conclusion

 

Author

MICHELLE LINEHAN, MSPT, PCS, MED

MICHELLE FRYT LINEHAN, MSPT, PCS, M.Ed., has over 36 years of experience working with children. She has worked in the field of education, both in the United States and in Africa, as a teacher and state-level administrator for a total of 13 years. She spent the past 23 years working as a pediatric physical therapist in a variety of settings: hospital acute care and outpatient, school systems, and early intervention programs. She owned a pediatric physical therapy practice in Georgia, and in western Idaho, seeing children in their natural environment. She presently works in an outpatient facility in Spokane, Washington. Ms. Linehan also presents seminars on pediatric motor therapy through Vyne Education and by direct invitation to school districts, early intervention programs, and private facilities.

In 1993, Ms. Linehan received her MSPT from Boston University and has worked in the field of pediatric physical therapy since that time. She completed the NDT/Bobath 8-week Pediatric course in 1999 and became a Pediatric Certified Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association in 2002 and was recertified as a PCS in 2012. She also is certified in The Infant Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Program (IBAIP). Ms. Linehan views evidence based practice as a necessary aspect of her clinical practice and continually strives to seek effective ways to provide physical therapy services to all of her patients. 
Disclosure:
Financial - Receives a speaking honorarium from Vyne Education, LLC.  
Nonfinancial - Member of the American Physical Therapy Association.  

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Reviews

This is the most beneficial seminar I've attended. Michelle explained the material very well and the videos were great.
Brandy Pernicek, PT
Lincoln, NE