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JNPT July Issue Now Available

by Andrea Miller | Jun 26, 2020

The Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy has a number of outstanding articles in the July issue to support your clinical practice and research. In a scoping review Moncion and colleagues describe the nature and extent of barriers and facilitators to aerobic exercise implementation with adults post stroke. Nilsson and colleagues examined how prevalence and severity of fall-related activity avoidance evolve over a 3-year period in people with Parkinson disease. Nordahl and Ellis provide a Clinical Point of View commentary on the study by Nilsson et al. Ryan and colleagues examined if interventions targeting spatiotemporal gait symmetry in people with stroke could improve walking endurance, balance, quality of life and physical activity. Bishop and colleagues evaluated the feasibility and initial efficacy of treadmill based locomotor training with robotic pelvic assist and visual feedback to improve force and stance symmetry in individuals with stroke. Alshebber and colleagues report on the psychometric properties of the Life Space Assessment in people with vestibular disorders. In case report, Fillmore and colleagues describe a LSVT BIG intervention and its outcome for an individual with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus.

 

Be sure to check out the top four research abstracts presented at the International Neurological Physical Therapy Association meeting as a part of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, which are published in this issue.

 

A number of ANPT members were recently honored with 2020 APTA awards. We are especially excited to recognize current JNPT Associate Editors Theresa Ellis, Catherine Lang, and Darcy Reisman who were all selected as Catherine Worthingham Fellows of the APTA.

 

All ANPT members have open access to all the JNPT articles by logging into the www.neuropt.org website with your APTA member ID. Find access to the Jouranl under the Members tab and JNPT Online.

 

Enjoy the issue and stay healthy and safe,
George Fulk, PT, PhD, FAPTA
Deputy Editor
Digital Media Editor

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