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Final Program - American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and ...

Final Program - American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and ...

30 H1-WITHDRAWAL free

30 H1-WITHDRAWAL free PaPers H: develoPmenTal PediaTriCs Location: Ballroom B Moderator: Marjorie Garvey, MD 10:00-10:08 H2-Prevalence of Cerebral Palsy (CP) in 3 US Areas: A Multi-Site Collaboration - Marshalyn Yeargin-Allsopp, MD 10:09-10:17 H3-Are there Differences in Muscle Strength in Individuals with Spastic Diplegia with/without a History of Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) - Cathleen E. Buckon, MS; Susan Sienko Thomas, MA; Michael D. Aiona, MD; Barry S. Russman, MD; Michael D. Sussman, MD 10:18-10:25 H4-Relationship between Health-related Quality of Life and Measures of Spasticity and Function in Children with Spasticity of Cerebral Orgin Undergoing Intrathecal Baclofen (ITB) Therapy - Rita N. Ayyangar, MD; Hugh JL Garton, MD, MHSc; Lindsay Enebak; Margaret Fox, RN 10:26-10:33 H5-Baclofen Pump Implantation and Spinal Fusions in Children: Does Order or Timing Influence Complications? - Freeman Miller, MD; Andrzej Borowski, MD; Aaron G. Littleton, BSc; Kirk W. Dabney, MD Discussion: 10:34-10:50 10:51-10:58 H6-Features of Success of Botulinum Toxin Type A (BTX-A) Treatment in Children with Cerebral Palsy: A Clinical Responsiveness Study - Kaat Desloovere, PhD; Guy Molenaers, MD, PhD; Anja Van Campenhout, MD; Verena Schörkhuber, PT; Jos De Cat, PT 10:59-11:06 H7-Population Based Study of Radiological Findings in a Victorian Cerebral Palsy Cohort - Lyndal J. Peake, MBBS; Marnie N. Robinson, MBBS DRANZOG; Ditchfield Michael, MBBS, FRACR; Sue Reid; Lanigan Anna, Reddihough Dinah, MBBS, FRACP 11:07-11:14 H8-Sensory Pathway Injury in Children Born Preterm with Cerebral Palsy Using DTI - Alexander H. Hoon, Jr., MD, MPH; Elaine E. Stashinko, PhD; Lidia Mayumi Nagae, MD; Eric B. Levey, MD; Michelle L. Campbell, MS; Doris L. Lin, MD; Setsu Wakana, MD; Weihong Zhang, MD; Peter CM van Zijl, PhD; Susumu Mori, PhD; Michael V. Johnston, MD Discussion: 11:15-11:30 free PaPers i: orTHoPaediCs Location: Ballroom C Moderator: Ros Boyd, PhD, PT 10:00-10:08 I1-Relationship between Upper Limb Function and Neuroradiological Findings in Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy - Hilde Feys, PhD, PT; Maria Eyssen, MD; Ellen Jaspers, MSc, PT; Katrijn Klingels, MSc, PT; Catherine Huenaerts, MSc, PT; Kaat Desloovere, PhD; Guy Molenaers, PhD, MD; Paul De Cock, PhD, MD 10:09-10:17 I2-Constraint-induced Movement Therapy Induces Neuroplastic Changes in Congenital Hemiparesis: an fMRI and TMS Study - Volker Mall, MD; Nicola Kuhnke; Hendrik Jünger; Martin Staudt, MD; Steffen Berweck, MD 10:18-10:25 I3-Upper Extremity Function and daily functioning in Spastic CP Children Following Lower Extremity Botulinum Toxin Injections - Tal Keren-Cepelovitch, MSc 10:26-10:33 I4-The Efficacy of CI Therapy in Children with Spastic Hemiplegia Analyzed with Functional and Computerized 3D Kinematics Upper Limb - Francesco Motta, MD; Clara Antonello, PT; Cecilia Stignani, PT; Gianpaolo Tornatore, PT Discussion: 10:34-10:46 Program HigHligHTs, continued 10:47-10:54 I5-An fMRI Study of Cortical Activity in Cerebral Palsy - Harold Burton, PhD; Jason R. Wingert, PT; Robert J. Sinclair, PhD; Sachin Dixit, MS 10:55-11:02 I6-Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) for Preschoolers: Efficacy of a Summer Camp Approach - Lisa McIntyre, OTR/L; Sonia Bouchard, MPH, OTR/L; Mary O’Connell, MS, OTR/l; April Trenaman, OTR/L; Diedra Pine, MS, OTR/L; Michael D. Sussman, MD

Program HigHligHTs, continued 11:03-11:10 I7-Motor Pathway Changes Associated with Upper Limb Botulinum Toxin-A Therapy in Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy - Toni A. Redman, MBBS(Hons), FRACP; Noula Gibson; Jane Valentine, MBBS, FRACP; Gary Thickbroom, PhD; Judith Finn, PhD; Alexander Bremner, PhD 11:11-11:18 I8-Multiple Doses of Constraint Induced Movement Therapy Results in Continued Improvement - Jeanne R. Charles, PT, PhD; Andrew M. Gordon, PhD Discussion: 11:19-11:30 1:00 - 3:00 PM Point Counter-Point Debates Sponsored by: The popular debates promise to be educational, provocative, and entertaining . 1. Walk or roll? Eileen Fowler, PhD, PT UCLA Center for CP Los Angeles, CA 2. botulinum Toxin, friend or foe? Kerr Graham, MD Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery University of Melbourne Royal Children’s Hospital Australia 3. To grow Tall or To grow small? Richard D. Stevenson, MD University of Virginia Professor of Pediatrics School of Medicine Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician Kluge Children’s Rehabilitation Center and Research Institute Charlottesville, VA 3:30 – 5:30 PM Instructional Courses #10 - #18 Charlene Butler, EdD Special Education Consulting Teacher – Retired Seattle Public Schools Seattle, WA Martin Gough, MCH, FRCS(orth) Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon One Small Step Gait Laboratory Guy’s and St . Thomas NHS Foundation Trust London, United Kingdom John F. McLaughlin, MD Professor of Pediatrics University of Washington, School of Medicine Director, Spasticity Management Program Children’s Hospital and Medical Center Seattle, WA iC10 – TWo dimensional video gaiT analysis: aPPlying THe lessons from 3d gaiT analysis location: Meeting Room 8 Adrienne Harvey, M.Physio; Jill Rodda, PhD; Professor Kerr Graham, MD, FRCS(Ed), FRACS Course level: Intermediate Purpose: Three dimensional gait analysis is not always accessible to clinicians for clinical decision-making . The purpose of this course is to apply the principles from 3D gait analysis to clinical decision making and trouble-shooting using 2D video gait analysis in children with cerebral palsy and correlating this with other clinical and functional measures . Target audience: Orthopaedic surgeons, physicians and physical therapists involved in the management of gait abnormalities of children with cerebral palsy . Course summary: The group from the Hugh Williamson Gait Laboratory in Melbourne has extensive experience using 3D gait analysis as well as two-dimensional video gait analysis which is routinely used as part of the clinical service, particularly for post-surgical monitoring in children with cerebral palsy . This course will cover the technical set-up required and the principles of video gait analysis using lessons from 3D gait analysis and will emphasize the interaction of different levels and planes of motion at different times in the gait cycle . The correlation of other clinical and functional measures to gait analysis will be included as well as gait patterns in children with cerebral palsy and the orthotic and surgical management for these different gait patterns . Five detailed case studies will be presented in an interactive format to illustrate the principles involved and the value of video gait analysis when combined with clinical examination and mobility scales . These will demonstrate decision-making and trouble-shooting, particularly post-operatively . 3

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