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If you have any questions or inquiries, please feel free to contact Ginny:

420 Hilmoore Drive
Silver Spring, Maryland 20901
 
Phone:  (301) 452-4656
Email: ginny@paleg.com

Articles

    • Capati V, Covert SY, Paleg G. Stander use for an adolescent with cerebral palsy at GMFCS level V with hip and knee contractures. Assist Technol. 2019 Apr 4:1-7.
    • Paleg G, Rodby-Bousquet E. Commentary on “Early Intervention and Postural Adjustments During Reaching in Infants at Risk of Cerebral Palsy”. Pediatr Phys Ther. 2019 Apr;31(2):184.
    • Paleg G, Romness M, Livingstone R. Interventions to improve sensory and motor outcomes for young children with central hypotonia: A systematic review. J Pediatr Rehabil Med. 2018;11(1):57-70.
    • Altizer W, Noritz G, Paleg G. Use of a dynamic gait trainer for a child with thoracic level spinal cord injury. BMJ Case Rep. 2017 Oct 10;2017.
    • Paleg, G. In Regard to Byrne et al. J Pediatrneurol. 2017. January 2018Volume 78, Page 13.
    • Rodby-Bousquet E, Paleg G, Casey J, Wizert A, Livingstone R. Physical risk factors influencing wheeled mobility in children with cerebral palsy: a cross-sectional study. BMC Pediatr. 2016 Oct 10;16(1):165.
    • Paleg G, Livingstone R. Commentary on “Ride-On Car Training for Behavioral Changes in Mobility and Socialization Among Young Children With Disabilities“. Pediatr Phys Ther. 2017 Jul;29(3):214
    • Livingstone R and Paleg G. Measuring Outcomes for Children with Cerebral Palsy Who Use Gait Trainers. Technologies 2016, 4(3), 22.
    • Paleg G, Martin K Commentary on “Relationship Between Central Hypotonia and Motor Development in Infants Attending a High-Risk Neonatal Neurology Clinic”. Pediatr Phys Ther. 2016 fall;28(3):337
    • Paleg, G and Livingstone R. Evidence-Informed Clinical Perspectives on Selection of Gait Trainer Features for Children with Cerebral Palsy. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 2016 23 (9) .
    • Paleg G, Martin K. Commentary on “Relationship Between Central Hypotonia and Motor Development in Infants Attending a High-Risk Neonatal Neurology Clinic”. Pediatr Phys Ther. 2016 Fall;28(3):337
    • Paleg G, Huang M, Vasquez Gabela SC, Sprigle S, Livingstone R. Comparison of the Inertial Properties and Forces Required to Initiate Movement for Three Gait Trainers. Assist Technol. 2016 Fall;28(3):137-43
    • Paleg, G and Livingstone R. Systematic Review and Evidence-Based Clinical Recommendations for Dosage of Supported Standing Programs for Adults with Neuromotor Conditions. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2015 Nov 17; 16(1):358.
    • Paleg G and Livingstone R. Outcomes of gait trainer use in home and school settings for children with motor impairments: A systematic review. Clin Rehabil. 2015 Jan 30.
    • Livingstone, R and Paleg, G. Practice considerations for the introduction and use of power mobility for children. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2013 Sep 3.
    • Casey J, Paleg, G, and Livingstone, R. (2013) Facilitating child participation through power mobility. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76 (3). pp. 157-159.
    • Paleg, G, Smith BS, and Glickman LB. Systematic review and evidence-based clinical recommendations for dosing of pediatric supported-standing programs. Pediatr Phys Ther. 2013 Fall; 25(3):232-47.
  • Paleg, G Up to SpeedAdvance for PT. April3, 2012, p26-28.
  • Glickman, L. – A Systematic Review of Supported Standing Programs. February 2010 – read
  • Paleg, G. – Moving Forward. Rehab Management. June 2008 – read
  • Paleg, G. – Case Challenge: Spina Bifida. Rehab Management. March 2008 – read
  • Paleg, G. – The Cost of Doing Business. Rehab Management. June 2007 – read
  • Paleg, G. – Not a Lightweight Decision. Rehab Management. April 2007 – read
  • Paleg, G. – What’s New in Mobility Accessories. Rehab Management. March 2007 – read
  • Paleg, G. – Subject to approval. Making sense of the new power mobility codes. Rehab Management. Jan-Feb 2007 – read
  • Paleg, G. – A position of strength. Rehab Management. Dec 2006 – read
  • Paleg, G. – Let’s get walking: Body Weight Support Gait Therapy for Kids. Rehab and Community Care Medicine. Fall 2006 p23
  • Paleg, G. – Mobilizing Youngsters. Rehab Management. Oct 2006. p26-29 –read
  • Paleg, G. – Teaching a Basic Function. Rehab Management. Aug/Sept 2006 p 26-29 – read
  • Said, M. – Tiny Patients, Big Hearts. Physical Therapy Products Magazine.  July/Aug 2006 p10 (article features Ginny’s practice) – read
  • Paleg, G. – Push, propel or stroll? Rehab Management. June 2006 p40-45 – read
  • Paleg, G. – Proof Positive: Clinicains should advocate for access to clinically proven durable medical devices. Advance for Directors in Rehab. Feb 2006 p 21-24. – read
  • Paleg, G. – Pediatric Seating and Support. Rehab Management. Jan/Feb 2006 p55-56 – read
  • Paleg, G. – A Simpler Solution: Percutaneous Lengthening. Advance for PT. Jan 9, 2006, p38-39. – read
  • Paleg, G. – Equipment Recycling Programs: Can PTs Be Liable? Advance for PT. Nov 21, 2005 p5. – read
  • Paleg, G. – Pardon Me, Is that Seat Paid For? Physical Therapy Products Magazine.  July/Aug 2005 p 36-39. – read
  • Paleg, G. – Seating the SCI Patient. Physical Therapy Products Magazine.  June 2005 p34-37. – read
  • Paleg, G. – Standing Strong. Advance for PT. April 11, 2005 p39. – read
  • Paleg, G. – Intervening Care. Rehab Management. April 2005. p30 – read
  • Paleg, G. – Pediatric Marfan Syndrome. Advance for PT Oct 11, 2004 p66 – read
  • Paleg, G. – The Evidence Basis of Using Gait Trainers. Exceptional Parent Magazine May 2004 p40.
  • Paleg, G. – Transportation Safety. NRRTS News Vol 2 2004 p4
  • Paleg, G. – Positive Change: Stem cell transplant gives patient a new chance at life. Advance for PT. April 12, 2004 p40
  • Paleg, G. – Gateway to Gait. Rehab Management Mar 2004.  p 28-29
  • Paleg, G. – On Their Feet. The Advance for Physical Therapy.  Nov 24, 2003.  p39
  • Rosen, L and Paleg, G. – Have a Seat. The Advance for Physical Therapy.  Nov 10, 2003.  p39-40
  • Paleg, G. – Different Approach. PT for a child with CHARGE Syndrome. The Advance for Physical Therapy.  Nov 10, 2003.  p45-46
  • Paleg, G. – On the Move.  Should PTs teach Children with Disabilities to Crawl? The Advance for Physical Therapy.  June 9, 2003.  p50-52
  • Paleg, G. – Focus on Gait Trainers. Physical Therapy Products Magazine.  Jan/Feb 2003 p46-48.
  • Paleg, G. – Setting Goals:  What’s In and What’s Out in Pediatric PT. The Advance for Physical Therapy.  April, 14, 2003.  p40
  • Paleg, G. – Understanding WC-19. The Advance for Physical Therapy.  March 3, 2003.  p35-36
  • Paleg, G. – The Right Fit: Dependent Mobility Systems. Rehab Management Mar 2003.
  • Paleg, G. – Worth Writing For. The Advance for Physical Therapy. Nov 11, 2002 p37-38.
  • Paleg, G. – The Prevention Struggle. Rehab Management Nov 2002.
  • Paleg, G. and Fisher, J. – Craig Gets Mobile. Rehab Management. April 2002. Pp32-35.
  • Paleg, G. – Ask the Expert. Exceptional Parent Magazine. April 2002 p 67-69..
  • Paleg, G. – Water Ways. Physical Therapy Products Magazine. March/April 2002 p18-22.
  • Paleg, G. – Walking the Walk. The Advance for Physical Therapy. March 4, 2002 p41-42.
  • Paleg, G. and Fisher, J. – Beyond the Basics. Physical Therapy Products Magazine. Oct/Nov 2001. pp42-44.
  • Paleg, G. – Beyond Wheelchairs. Rehab Management. Nov 2001. pp60-68.
  • Paleg, G. – Treadmill Training for Tots. The Advance for Physical Therapy. Aug 13, 2001 p39-41.
  • Dnatch, M. and Paleg, G. – Scoliosis. Physical Therapy Products Magazine. April 2001.
  • Paleg, G. – Nuts and Bolts of Seating Systems. Exceptional Parent Magazine. April 2001.
  • Paleg, G. – Ask The Therapist – AFO’s and other foot braces. Exceptional Parent Magazine. Dec 2000.
  • Paleg, G. – McHugh, A. and C. Jackson. Toilet Training. Exceptional Parent Magazine. Nov 2000.
  • Paleg, G. – Car Seats for Children with Special Needs. The Advance for Physical Therapy. Oct 2000.
  • Paleg, G. and Marino, S. –  Stand and Deliver: A Comparison of Self-Propelled Standers. Exceptional Parent Magazine. April 2000 p44-46.
  • Paleg, G. – Choosing a Gait Trainer. Physical Therapy Products. Oct 2000
  • Paleg, G. – Ask The Therapist – Hip Stability and Learning to Stand. Exceptional Parent Magazine. March 2000 p68. Oct 26, 1998
  • Paleg, G. – What’s New in Gait Trainers? Team Rehab Report. Aug99 p14-19.
  • Paleg, G., Hubbard, S., Brite, E. and O’Donnell, K. – Dynamic Trunk Splints and Hypotonia. Physical Therapy Case Reports vol2 No. 3 May 1999 pp122-4.
  • Paleg, G. – Holoprosencephaly. The Advance for Physical Therapy. Oct 26, 1998
  • Paleg, G. – MOVE and Conductive Education. Physical Therapy Products. September 1998. p40-43.
  • Paleg, G. – Schizencephaly. The Advance for Physical Therapy. Sept 1998.
  • Paleg, G. – Opisthotonus. The Advance for Physical Therapy Aug 10, 1998 p32-33.
  • Yunes, D. and Paleg, G. – CDGS. The Advance for Physical Therapy July 6, 1998 p34-5.
  • Paleg, G. – Suit Brings Support Down to Earth: Russian Space Suit Helping Children with Cerebral Palsy. PT- OT-Speech Today. March 30, 1998 p.13.
  • Paleg, G. – New Classification System for Severity of Cerebral Palsy. The Advance for Physical Therapy March 23, 1998 p82.
  • Paleg, G. – Therapist’s Can Help in National SBS Campaign. The Advance for Physical Therapy Jan 5, 1998 p33
  • Paleg, G. – Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Individuals with Neurologic Dysfunction. The Advance for Physical Therapy Dec 8 1997 p30-31.
  • Paleg, G. – Improving Function with Dynamic Trunk Splints. The Advance for Physical Therapy Dec 1, 1997 p34&90
  • Paleg, G. – Teaching Older Children with CP to Sit, Stand and Walk. Dev Med & Child Neuro. Abstract C:3 1997
  • Paleg, G. and Bidabe, L. – MOVE Forward. PT and OT Today. July 7, 1997 p.22-25.
  • Paleg, G. – Made for Walking: A Comparison of Gait Trainers. Team Rehab Report. July 1997 p41-45.
  • Paleg, G. – Getting Stronger While You Sleep. The Advance for Physical Therapy . Jun 16, 1997 p5.
  • Paleg, G. – The MOVE Story. Tomorrow’s PT. Spring 1997 p10-11.
  • Paleg, G and Lambert, M. – Conductive Education and MOVE: A Descriptive Comparison. The Advance for Physical Therapy. March 17, 1997 p6&23 .
  • Paleg, G. – Using Standing Aids as Tools for Nonweight-Bearing Treatments. The Advance for Physical Therapy. Oct. 28, 1996 p17 .
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