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Toe walking

Discussion in 'Pediatrics' started by NewsBot, Jul 18, 2006.

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    Treatment outcome of visual feedback training in an adult patient with habitual toe walking.
    Pelykh O, Klein AM, Feist-Pagenstert I, Schlick C, Ilmberger J.
    Eur J Phys Rehabil Med. 2014 Oct 9
     
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    Treatment outcome of visual feedback training in an adult patient with habitual toe walking.
    Pelykh O, Klein AM, Feist-Pagenstert I, Schlick C, Ilmberger J.
    Eur J Phys Rehabil Med. 2014 Oct 9.
     
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    Comparative Study of Two Different Treatment
    Methods in Children with Idiopathic Tip-Toe Walking

    Rasha A. Mohamed Nahed S. Thabet Shimaa N. Aboelazm
    INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH Volume : 4 | Issue : 12 | Dec 2014
     
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    A comparison of orthoses in the treatment of idiopathic toe walking: A randomized controlled trial.
    Herrin K, Geil M
    Prosthet Orthot Int. 2015 Jan 27.
     
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    Idiopathic Toe Walking: A Gait Laboratory Review
    Rory O'Sullivan,Tim O Brien
    Irish Medical Journal; July/August 2015 Volume 108 Number 7
     
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    Different Treatment Options of Preschool Toe-walker : A Comparative Study
    Rasha abdelmoneim Mohamed, Nahed Shoukry Thabet, Shimaa Nabil Aboelazm.
    IJTRR. 2015; 4(4): 142-149doi: 10.5455/ijtrr.00000081
     
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    Analysis of the parameters that define an idiopathic toe-walking pattern. A comparison with normal gait
    Pomarino D, Fern?ndez A, Aguero ME, Ram?rez LJ, Pomarino A
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    Long Term Gait Outcomes of Surgically Treated Idiopathic Toe Walkers
    Mark L. McMulkin et al
    Gait and Posture; Article in Press
     
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    Toe walking: causes, epidemiology, assessment, and treatment.
    Ruzbarsky JJ, Scher D, Dodwell E.
    Curr Opin Pediatr. 2015 Dec 24
     
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    The Effects of Walking Surface on the Gait Pattern of Children With Idiopathic Toe Walking.
    Fanchiang HD et al
    J Child Neurol. 2016 Jan 5. pii: 0883073815624760
     
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    Maturation of feedforward toe walking motor program is impaired in children with cerebral palsy.
    Lorentzen J et al
    Brain. 2019 Feb 4.
     
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