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Trunk Control Measurement Scale for Children

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] The Trunk Control Measurement Scale is a clinical tool to measure trunk control in children with cerebral palsy.  Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology recently published research examining the reliability of the Trunk Control Measurement Scale (TCMS) with … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Five Fun Activities with Balance Beams!

[Source: Dinosaur Physical Therapy] This post will explore fun activities for children using Balance Beams! One of my favorite pieces of equipment is the Curve-A-Beam Set! Allowing for lots of wonderful opportunities to address motor planning, body awareness, strength, coordination and of course balance! This … Continue reading


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Hot Jobs: PTs Needed Throughout Texas

To Learn More About our PT Jobs in Texas, please call us at 866-4278 or  Click Here to Apply Immediate openings in the state of Texas for Physical Therapists interested in working with children.  Lucrative pediatric outpatient clinic, early intervention … Continue reading


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Most Teens Have Physical Activity Levels of 60 Year Olds

[Source:  Medical News Today] Lack of physical activity is a risk factor for many serious conditions. The fact that neither adults nor teenagers get as much exercise as they should is, perhaps, not very surprising. But new research shows that … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Strength and Balance Exercises Using A Hill

[Source:  Pink Oatmeal] One obstacle I often run into working in the schools is a space to work in.   In these cases one of my favorite therapy tools happens to be a hill or incline.  It’s amazing how many great … Continue reading


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