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AACPDM 72nd Annual Meeting

Scientific Posters

Thursday, October 11, 2018: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

SP 1: FEASIBILITY OF A CLINICAL TRIAL TO COMPARE HIGH AND LOW TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTIONS TO ENHANCE PRONE MOTOR CONTROL AND PRONE TOLERANCE IN 3-6 MONTHS OLD INFANTS.
Tanya Tripathi, PT; Stacey Dusing, PhD; Peter Pidcoe, PT, DPT, PhD

SP 2: CADAVERIC STUDY ON THE VARIATIONS IN THE NORMAL COURSE OF MOTOR BRANCHES OF SCIATIC AND TIBIAL NERVES (SUPPLYING HIP, KNEE AND ANKLE JOINT MUSCLES)
Jujjuvarapu Dheeraj, MS

SP 3: ASSESSMENT OF AN INTERVENTION USING AN EXOSKELETON TO IMPROVE REACHING AND OBJECT EXPLORATION IN INFANTS BORN WITH A BRAIN INJURY
Iryna Babik, PhD; Andrea Cunha, PhD; Michele Lobo, PT, PhD

SP 4: THE ROLE OF WEARABLE WRIST INERTIAL SENSORS TO QUANTIFY ARM ASYMMETRY DURING GAIT IN UNILATERAL SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY (USCP)
Aviva Wolff, EdD; Aaron Daluiski, MD; Mark Lenhoff, BSc

SP 5: CAN THE SHRINERS HOSPITAL UPPER EXTREMITY EVALUATION (SHUEE) DETECT CHANGE IN DYNAMIC POSITION AND SPONTANEOUS FUNCTION OF THE UPPER LIMB IN YOUTH WITH UNILATERAL CEREBRAL PALSY?
Nancy Lennon, DPT; John Kee; Tim Niiler, PhD; Jennifer Ty, MD

SP 6: CHANGES IN ROTATIONAL KINEMATICS DURING GAIT IN CHILDREN WITH HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY FOLLOWING BONY REALIGNMENT OR SOFT TISSUE LENGETHENING
Kaitlyn Bigner; Micah Garcia, MS; James McCarthy, MD, MHCM; Jason Long, PhD

SP 7: A BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF LOADING PATTERNS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY USING THE UPSEE
Daniel Meyer, DPT; Jennifer Angeli, DPT, PhD; Michael Kiefer, Doctor of Physical Therapy; Micah Garcia, MS; Jason Long, PhD

SP 8: HOW IS DAILY PERFORMANCE ASSOCIATED WITH GROSS MOTOR CAPACITY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY?
Corinna Gerber, PhD; Lena Carcreff, Master of science; Anisoara Paraschiv-Ionescu, PhD; Stéphane Armand, PhD; Christopher Newman, MD

SP 9: PROFILE OF FUNCTIONING AND DISABILITY OF CHILDREN WITH MICROCEPHALY ASSOCIATED WITH CONGENITAL ZIKA VIRUS IN BRAZIL
Egmar Longo, PhD; Haryelle Ferreira, BSc ; Klayton Galante Sousa, PhD; Isabelly Rodrigues Regalado, MSc; Silvana Pereira, PhD; Carla Patricia Fechine, MSc; Veronica Schiariti, MD MHSc PhD

SP 10: TETHERED CORD RELEASE: WHAT ARE THE ORTHOPEADIC INDICATORS AND WHEN IS ORTHOPEADIC SURGERY NEEDED?
Cameron Arkin, Bachelor of Arts ; Theresa Meyer, RN, MS, CPN; Jill Larson, MD; Vineeta Swaroop, MD

SP 11: NOVEL DATA ON CEREBRAL PALSY IN VIETNAM WILL INFORM CLINICAL PRACTICE AND POLICY
Gulam Khandaker, PhD; Rachael Dossetor, BSc; Nguyen Van Bang, PhD; Trịnh Dũng, PhD; Nguyen Van Anh, MD; Nguyen Giang, PhD; Cao Chau, PhD; Nguyen Van Thuong, PhD; Nadia Badawi, PhD; Elizabeth Elliott, PhD

SP 12: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF RISK FACTORS FOR SURGICAL SITE INFECTIONS FOLLOWING SPINAL FUSION SURGERY
Chantel Barney, PhD; Elana Abelson, BS; William Lew, MS; Steven Koop, MD

SP 13: CONGENITAL ANOMALIES IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS
Shona Goldsmith, BPhty(Hons1); Sarah McIntyre, PhD, MPS, BAppSc(OT); Michele Hansen, PhD, MPH, Bsc; Nadia Badawi, PhD

SP 14: EMERGING PRENATAL TREATMENT OF MYELOMENINGOCELE: A MODEL FOR REAL-WORLD NEURODEVELOPMENTAL FOLLOW-UP ACROSS THE CONTINUUM OF CARE
Heidi Castillo, MD; Jonathan Castillo, MD, MPH; Talia Collier, MD; Duong Tu, MD; Huirong Zhu, PhD; Jimmy Espinoza, MD; Magdalena Sanz Cortes, MD, PhD; Oluyinka Olutoye, MD, PhD; Michael Belfort, MD, PhD; William Whitehead, MD, MPH

SP 15: PRE-OPERATIVE MRSA SWAB RESULTS DO NOT PREDICT SURGICAL SITE INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN UNDERGOING A VARUS DEROTATIONAL OSTEOTOMY
Alexander Nazareth, MS; Rachel Goldstein, MD, MPH; LIndsay Andras, MD; Robert Kay, MD

SP 16: EARLY CHILD DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY INVOLVING DIDACTIC MATERIALS
Jorge Vasquez Rios, MD; Antonio Rizzoli Cordoba, PhD; Christian Delaflor Wagner, MD; Magdalena Ferrusquia Figueroa, PT

SP 17: DEVELOPMENT CURVES OF MOTOR AND DAILY ACTIVITY PERFORMANCE OF INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY FROM CHILDHOOD INTO ADULTHOOD
Marloes van Gorp, MSc; Marij Roebroeck, PhD; Leontien van Wely, PhD; Vincent De Groot, MD, PhD; Jan Willem Gorter, MD, PhD; Dirk-Wouter Smits, PhD; Ann Katrin Schmidt, MSc; Annet Dallmeijer, PhD

SP 18: COMPASSION AND CONNECTEDNESS AS MOTIVATIONAL DRIVERS IN THE CARE OF CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY
Jim Plews-Ogan, MD

SP 19: PHYSICAL LITERACY PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES: A REALIST REVIEW
Shikha Saxena, PhD; Keiko Shikako-Thomas, PhD

SP 20: A COMPARISON OF OBJECT PERMANENCE PROGRESSION DURING SITTING DEVELOPMENT ININFANTS WITH TYPICAL DEVELOPMENT AND INFANTS WITH MOTOR DELAY
Mihee An, PhD; Regina Harbourne, PhD; Jaclynn Stankus, B.A., M.S. Ed. ; Lin-Ya Hsu, PhD; Emily Marcinowski, PhD; Stacey Dusing, PhD

SP 21: ATTITUDES TOWARDS CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES: COMPARING STUDENT PERSPECTIVES OVER THE PAST 30 YEARS.
Rachel Byrne, BA of Physical Therapy, BA Exercise Science; Tracy Pickar, MSW; Peter Rosenbaum, MD

SP 22: PARALLEL JOURNEYS: PERSPECTIVES OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES AND THEIR SIBLINGS ON ACCESSING EDUCATION IN A LOW-RESOURCE CONTEXT
Shyamani Hettiarachchi, PhD; Gopi Kitnasamy, Western Province; Dilani Gopi, Western Province; Shamra Nizar, BSc Speech & Hearing Sciences

SP 23: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF POST-OPERATIVE PAIN FOLLOWING HIP RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY: A COMPARISON BETWEEN HIP-SPICA CASTING AND LESS RIGID IMMOBILIZATION
Susan Novotny, PhD; Walter Truong, MD; Uyen Truong, MS; Tonye Sylvanus, MD; Jennifer Carpenter, BS; Chantel Barney, PhD

SP 24: ONE YEAR EXPERIENCE WITH SPINRAZA IN SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY
Emily Hazen, BS; Marcie Baldwin, M.S., R.N., C.P.N.P; Stephanie Acord, MD; Angela Pomykal, MSPT; Warren Marks, MD

SP 25: SCOLIOSIS AND SPINAL PAIN AFTER MULTILEVEL SELECTIVE DORSAL RHIZOTOMY. A POPULATION-BASED CEREBRAL PALSY REGISTRY STUDY FROM BIRTH TO ADULTHOOD
Annika Lundkvist Josenby, PhD; Lena Westbom, PhD

SP 26: PAIN EXPERIENCE IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN THE TWO DAYS FOLLOWING BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS
Stacy Stibb, DO; Kristin Frenn, MPH; Linda Krach, MD; Supreet Deshpande, MD; Chantel Barney, PhD

SP 27: ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY COHERENCE IN INFANTS AT RISK  FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY ACROSS THE FIRST HALF YEAR OF LIFE
Ran Xiao, PhD; Beth Smith, PhD

SP 28: NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENT ROCURONIUM CORRELATES WITH INCREASING GMFCS SCORE AND GESTATIONAL AGE IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY.
Stephanie Yeager, MS; Karyn Robinson, MS; Robert Akins, PhD

SP 29: ACCURACY ON BONT-A INJECTIONS INTO THE UPPER LIMB MUSCLES GUIDED BY ELECTRICAL STIMULATION IN CHILDREN WITH HYPERTONIA
Mauricio Delgado, MD; Yassine Kanaan, MD; David Wilkes, MD; Deborah Baldwin, BS

SP 30: WHOLE-BODY MUSCLE MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN WITH MEROSIN-DEFICIENT CONGENITAL MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY
Nagia Fahmy, MD; Tamer EL-Sobky, MD; Nermine Elsayed, MD; Hossam Sakr, MD; Amr Saadawy, MD

SP 31: MOTOR CORTEX PHYSIOLOGY OF MOVEMENT PREPARATION IN ADHD CHILDREN
Madison Epperson, BA; Paul Horn, PahD; Steve Wu, MD; Ernest Pedapati, MD, MS; Michael Guthrie, B.S.; David Huddleston, BA; Donald Gilbert, MD MS

SP 32: CURVEBALL: AN AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR MEASURING VISUAL FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH BRAIN INJURY
Scott Mooney, PhD; Melis Suner, MD; N. Jeremy Hill, PhD; Jason Carmel, MD PhD; Glen Prusky, PhD

SP 33: INTRARATER RELIABILITY OF MEASUREMENT OF SUBMANDIBULAR GLANDS UNDER ULTRASOUND: PROSPECTIVE STUDY
Heakyung Kim, MD; Adam Blanchard, MS; Afzal Khan, RDMS; Amber Newell, NP & OTRL

SP 34: UNEVEN LEARNING PATTERNS IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WITH HIGH RISK NEONATAL MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CONDITIONS
Marie Weissbourd, Ph.D.; Annamarie Russow, M.Ed. ; Lynn Boswell, M.P.T.; Raye-Ann deRegnier, MD

SP 35: SELF-REPORTED PAIN LEVELS ARE RELATED WITH THE ABERRANT SOMATOSENSORY ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
James Gehringer, BS; David Arpin, PhD; Tony Wilson, PhD; Max Kurz, PhD

SP 36: THE FORMULA FOR HEALTH AND WELL-BEING: CROSS-SECTIONAL DATA ON PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, SLEEP, AND NUTRITION IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Patrick McPhee, MSc; Olaf Verschuren, PhD; Mark Peterson, Ph.D., M.S.; Ada Tang, PT PhD; Jan Willem Gorter, MD, PhD

SP 37: LONG-TERM FOLLOW UP ON QUALITY OF LIFE OF ADULTS WITH ARTHROGRYPOSIS
Haluk Altiok, MD; Ann Flanagan, PT, PCS; Sahar Hassani, MS; Joseph J Krzak, PT, PhD, PCS

SP 38: EVALUATION OF THERAPISTS ACCEPTANCE AND KNOWLEDGE OF A PROVINCIAL HIP SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM: PRE AND POST IMPLEMENTATION RESULTS
Stacey Miller, BSc(PT), MRSc; Maureen O'Donnell, MD MSC FRCPC; Kishore Mulpuri, MBBS, MS(Ortho), MHSc(Epi)

SP 39: THE FIRST NORTH AMERICAN HIP SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM: STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL ENROLLMENT
Stacey Miller, BSc(PT), MRSc; Maureen O'Donnell, MD MSC FRCPC; Kishore Mulpuri, MBBS, MS(Ortho), MHSc(Epi)

SP 40: CEREBELLAR DIFFERENCES IN CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL COORDINATION DISORDER
Kamaldeep Gill, OTR/L; Dan Goldowitz, PhD; Donna Lang, PhD; Jill Zwicker, OT, PhD

SP 41: OUTCOME OF COMMUNITY BASED PARENTS LED EARLY INTERVENTION FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN RURAL BANGLADESH
Tasneem Karim, MPH; Mohammad Muhit, PhD; Israt Jahan, MPH; Nadia Badawi, PhD; Gulam Khandaker, PhD

SP 42: ACCELEROMETRY FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OF MOTOR DEFICITS IN CHILDREN
Catherine Hoyt, OTD

SP 43: ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY ATTITUDES TOWARDS INTENSIVE MODELS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
Theresa Sukal-Moulton, Ph.D., DPT; Taylor Cappitelli, SPT; Erin Geraghty, SPT; Katherine Knaapen, SPT; Megan Moore, SPT; Michelle Bolano, PT, DPT; Felicia Kurkowski, BA; Sarah Kerndt, MBA

SP 44: IDENTIFICATION OF POSTURAL ABNORMALITY IN YOUNG ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Carlee Holmes, PT; Prue Morgan, PhD, M.App.Sc (research), B.App.Sc (physio); Kim Brock, PhD, B. Physio

SP 45: TRANSFORMING THEIR JOURNEY BY LISTENING TO THEIR VOICES: A PHOTOVOICE STUDY OF BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG RURAL YOUTH WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Ashley Walker, PhD; Gavin Colquitt, EdD; Morgan Emter, B.S. in Sport and Exercise Psychology; Steven Elliott, Ph.D. Univ. of Virginia; Li Li, PhD

SP 46: MIRROR MOVEMENTS IN THE UPPER EXTREMITIES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH UNILATERAL AND BILATERAL CEREBRAL PALSY
Theresa Sukal-Moulton, Ph.D., DPT; Kristin Krosschell, PT, DPT, MA, PCS; Deborah Gaebler-Spira, MD

SP 47: HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Ann Alriksson-Schmidt, PhD; Johan Jarl, PhD; Elisabet Rodby-Bousquet, PhD

SP 48: COMPARISON OF THE RESULTS OF PRIMARY VERSUS REPEAT HAMSTRINGS SURGICAL LENGTHENING IN CEREBRAL PALSY
Mauro DE Morais Filho, MD, MSc, PhD; Francesco Blumetti, MD, MSc, PhD; Catia Kawamura, PT; Marcelo Matias, MD; José Augusto Lopes, MSc; Marcelo Fujino, MD; Daniella Neves, MD

SP 49: FACTORS RELATED TO BETTER OUTCOMES AFTER SINGLE EVENT MULTILEVEL SURGERY (SEMLS) IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Mauro DE Morais Filho, MD, MSc, PhD; Francesco Blumetti, MD, MSc, PhD; Catia Kawamura, PT; Kamila Freitas, MD; José Augusto Lopes, MSc; Marcelo Fujino, MD; Daniella Neves, MD

SP 50: RADIOGRAPHIC CHANGES OF THE MID-TARSAL JOINT AT A MINIMUM FOLLOW-UP OF 5 YEARS AFTER CALCANEAL LENGTHENING FOR PLANOVALGUS FOOT DEFORMITY
Byung Cho Min, MD; Ki Hyuk Sung, MD, PhD; Seung Yeol Lee, MD, PhD; Gyeong Hee Cho, PhD; Moon Seok Park, MD. PHD. Clinical professor; Chin Youb Chung, MD, PhD

SP 51: USE OF ILIAC CREST ALLOGRAFT FOR DEGA PELVIC OSTEOTOMY IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Byung Cho Min, MD; Ki Hyuk Sung, MD, PhD; Seung Yeol Lee, MD, PhD; Gyeong Hee Cho, PhD; Moon Seok Park, MD. PHD. Clinical professor; Chin Youb Chung, MD, PhD

SP 52: SELECTIVE CONTROL ASSESSMENT OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY (SCALE) SCORE CORRELATES WITH JOINT-SPECIFIC GAIT DEVIATIONS IN CHILDREN WITH BILATERAL CEREBRAL PALSY
Vedant Kulkarni, MD; Jon Davids, MD; Nina Cung, BA, BS; Anita Bagley, PhD, MPH

SP 53: SIGNIFICANT VARIATION IN THE EFFICACY OF EPIDURALS IN TREATING POSTOPERATIVE PAIN AFTER HIP RECONSTRUCTION IN CEREBRAL PALSY: A MATCHED COHORT ANALYSIS
M. Wade Shrader, MD; Mohan Belthur, M.D. FRCSC, FRCS (Tr & Orth); Miranda Falk, PA-C; William Wood, M.D.

SP 54: RISK FACTORS FOR INCREASED BLOOD LOSS DURING SPINAL FUSION FOR CHILDREN WITH NEUROMUSCULAR SCOLIOSIS
Jay Berry, MD, MPH; Molly Lewen, MD; Connor Johnson, BS; Charis Crofton, BA; Rachael Grace, MD, MMSc; Laurie Glader, MD; Michael Glotzbecker, MD; Michael Troy, BS; Joanne Cox, MD; Anna Litvinova, BFA; Izabela Leahy, RN, BSN, MS; Nikhil Pallikonda, BS; Lynne Ferrari, MD

SP 55: HOW SAFE IS THE TRANSVERS OSTEOTOMY AND NONANATOMIC REDUCTION WITH LOCKING PLATE FIXATION IN PROXIMAL FEMORAL OSTEOTOMIES OF CEREBRAL PALSIED CHILDREN?
Cemil Yıldız, MD; Halis Atilla, MD; Yusuf Erdem, MD

SP 56: SATELLITE CELLS FROM SPASTIC CP DONORS EXHIBIT ALTERED GENE EXPRESSION PROFILES IN CULTURE
Karyn Robinson, MS; Stephanie Yeager, MS; Erin Crowgey, PhD; Jeffrey Myers, B.S. Information Sciences & Technology; Mokun Fatukasi, MS; Robert Akins, PhD

SP 57: DIFFERENCES IN CAREGIVER PERSPECTIVE ON QUALITY OF LIFE OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Emily Schaeffer, PhD; Maria Juricic, MRSc; Stacey Miller, BSc(PT), MRSc; Judy Wu; Kishore Mulpuri, MBBS, MS(Ortho), MHSc(Epi)

SP 58: DETERMINANTS OF WALKING ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH MYELOMENINGOCELE
Nicole Mueske, MS; Carmel Diamant, BS; Deirdre Ryan, MD; Alexander VanSpeybroeck, MD; Tishya Wren, PhD; Susan Rethlefsen, DPT

SP 59: SATELLITE CELLS ISOLATED FROM PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY EXHIBIT ALTERED CELL CYCLE ACTIVITY WHEN CULTURED ON BIOMIMETIC HYDROGELS.
Stephanie Yeager, MS; Rebecca Scott, PhD; Robert Akins, PhD

SP 60: PROMOTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IN THE PROVISION OF HEALTH-COACHING INTERVENTIONS FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES: SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW
Tatiana Ogourtsova, OT PhD(cand) MSc BSc; Annette Majnemer, OT, PhD; Maureen O'Donnell, MD MSC FRCPC

SP 61: VALIDITY OF THE CHINESE VERSION OF ASQ IN HIGH RISK CHILDREN
Shiqi Liu, MD; Ming Li, MD; Yuan Wu, MD

SP 62: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENT-REPORTED PEDI-CAT MOBILITY AND GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION
Jessica Lewis, PT, DPT; Jill Heathcock, PT, PhD

SP 63: DEVELOPMENT OF MEANS-END PROBLEM-SOLVING IN INFANTS BORN PRETERM VS. FULL-TERM
Andrea Cunha, PhD; Iryna Babik, PhD; Michele Lobo, PT, PhD

SP 64: MOTIVATING SELECTIVE MOTOR CONTROL OF INFANTS AT HIGH RISK FOR CEREBRAL PALSY: A FEASIBILITY STUDY
Barbara Sargent, PhD, PT, PCS; Kathryn Havens, PhD; Linda Fetters, PhD, PT, FAPTA

SP 65: SCOPING REVIEW OF DANCE UTILIZED IN REHABILITATION FOR PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Deborah Gaebler-Spira, MD; Lopez-Ortiz Citlali, MA, PhD; Reika McNish, BFA; Sara McKeeman

SP 66: A PROSPECTIVE, MULTICENTER, OBSERVATIONAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY OF ABOBOTULINUMTOXINA IN PEDIATRIC LOWER LIMB SPASTICITY: INJECTION PRACTICES
Mark Gormley, MD; Didem Inanoglu, MD; Lewis Miller, MD; Jenny Wilson, MD; Mauricio Delgado, MD; Angela Castagna; Junhong Zhu, PhD; Romain Raymond; Gustavo Suarez, MD

SP 67: BARRIERS IN ACCESSING ADULT HEALTHCARE FOR TRANSITIONING YOUTH WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY
Alexander Porto, BA; Lara Anderson; Lawrence Vogel, MD; Kathy Zebracki, PhD

SP 68: EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES PROVIDED BY PHYSICAL AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS FOR INFANTS WITH OR AT RISK FOR CEREBRAL PALSY
Afnan Gmmash, BSPT,MS; Susan Effgen, PT,PhD,FAPTA

SP 69: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, ADIPOSITY, AND FUNCTION IN YOUTH WITH AND WITHOUT SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY: A PILOT COHORT STUDY
Leticia Janzen, BKin; Gregor Kuntze, PhD; Clodagh Toomey, PT, PhD; Elizabeth Condliffe, PhD, MD; Laura Brunton, PT, PhD; Shane Esau, M.Kin.; Adam Kirton, MD, MSc, FRCPC; Carolyn Emery, PT, PhD

 

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