Pediatric CI Therapy - An Interview with Dr. Stephanie C. DeLuca

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In closing, Pediatric CI Therapy offers a promising alternative treatment to children with neuromotor disabilities. To learn more about Pediatric CI Therapy or if you are a Pediatric Practitioner wanting to learn how to properly administer Pediatric CI Therapy, please contact Dr. Stephanie C. DeLuca at sdeluca@uab.edu or through her Website at www.circ.uab.edu/cit.htm

2004 Pediatric CI Therapy - An Interview with Dr. Stephanie C. DeLuca by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot Public Relations' Director & Staff Writer for Holistic Junction -- Your source of information for Alternative Therapy; Alternative Medicine Schools; Holistic Health Care; Insightful Literature and so much more!

Key References:

1. Taub, E., Ramey, S., DeLuca, S., Echols, K., Efficacy of Constraint-Induced Therapy (CI) Movement Therapy for Children with Cerebral Palsy, Pediatrics.

2. Pediatric Neuromotor Research Clinic www.circ.uab.edu/

3. UAB Health Systems www.taubtherapy.com/

4. New Strategies after Stroke: Restraining, Rewiring, Relearning http://main.uab.edu/show.asp?durki=28002

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Echols, K, DeLuca, SC. (submitted). Dosage inrepparttar treatment of children: Making therapy count. Journal ofrepparttar 147838 American Physical Therapy Association.

DeLuca, S.C., Echols, K., Ramey, S.L. & Taub, E. (2003). Pediatric constraint-induced movement therapy for a young child: two episodes of care. Journal ofrepparttar 147839 American Physical Therapy Association: 83, 11, 1003-13.

Taub, E., Ramey, S.L., DeLuca, S.C., Echols, K. (2004). Efficacy of constraint-induced (CI) movement therapy for children with cerebral palsy. Pediatrics: 113, 2, 305-12

Ramey, SL, DeLuca, SC, Echols, K. (2003) Resilience for Today, in E. Grotberg, (Ed). Resilience In Families With Children Who Are Exceptional. Greenwood Publishing Group.

DeLuca, S.C. (2002) Intensive movement therapy with casting for children with hemiparetic cerebral palsy: a randomized controlled crossover trial. Dissertation, University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Echols, K., DeLuca, S.C., Ramey, S., & Taub, E. (2002). Constraint-induced movement therapy versus traditional therapeutic services for young children with cerebral palsy: a randomized controlled trial. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. 44, S 91, 29

DeLuca, S.C. (2001) Constraint-induced movement therapy in pediatrics: a review and case study. Thesis, University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Echols, K., DeLuca, S.C., Ramey, S., & Taub, E. (2001). Constraint-induced Movement therapy inrepparttar 147840 child with cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. 43, S 88, 37

Echols, K., DeLuca, S.C., Taub, E., Ramey, S. (2001). Constraint-induced movement therapy in young children: a protocol and outcomes compared to traditional measures. Pediatric Physical Therapy. 12, 2, 210 Morris, D., Crago, J.E., DeLuca, S.C., Pidikiti, R.D., & Taub, E. (1997). Constraint-Induced movement therapy for motor recovery after stroke. NeuroRehabilitation. 9, 29- 43.

Taub, E., Pidikiti, R.D., DeLuca, S.C., Crago, J.E. (1996). Effects of motor restriction of an unimpaired upper extremity and training on improving functional tasks and altering brain/behaviors. Imaging and Neurologic Rehabilitation. 133-154.

Taub, E., Crago, J. E., Burgio, L.D., Groomes, T.E., Cook, E.W., DeLuca, S.C., & Miller, N.E. (1994). An operant approach to rehabilitation medicine: Overcoming learned nonuse by shaping. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 61, 281-293.

C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot is the Public Relations' Director & Staff Writer for Holistic Junction -- Your source of information for Alternative Medicine Schools!


Suffering from Osteoarthritis? Acupuncture to the Rescue

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Dr. Ruiz further explained that, "...Leading trials from patients affected by chonic neck pain were completed just a month ago and should have published results shortly. Another trial centered on acupuncture's effectiveness on shoulder pain involving 500 patients is set to begin in one month as well."

In closing, Professor Ruiz elaborated that, "Overall,repparttar process of osteoarthritis responds well to acupuncture. Depending on one's initial stage of arthritis, this medical treatment can effectively help with pain and inflammation."

Professor Jorge Vas Ruiz isrepparttar 147837 Subdirector for, ACMAS Huangdi a practicing and teaching university of Acupuncture and traditional Chinese Medicine. His research has been featured on several medical media journals, includingrepparttar 147838 British Medical Journal.

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12/2004 Suffering from Osteoarthritis? Acupuncture torepparttar 147839 Rescue Report by, C. Bailey-Lloyd aka. LadyCamelot Public Relations' Director & Staff Writer for Holistic Junction -- Your source of information for Acupuncturists; Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Schools; Alternative Health Care; Insightful Literature and so much more!

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