Ginny Paleg, DScPT, MS, PT is a NDT trained physical therapist with 19 years of academic and clinical experience in the area of pediatric neurological rehabilitation. She works for her local school system in the 0-3 program. She is currently an adjunct faculty member in the Physical Therapy Program at the University of Maryland. She has a private practice, which includes work in a NICU, EI Program and group homes for adults with CP, TBI, and other neuromuscular conditions. She has presented numerous clinical workshops on the management of non-ambulatory children and adults. Ginny Paleg is on the editorial board of PT Products Magazine and Rehab Management. She is the APTA Pediatric representative for Washington, DC. She has published many articles in Advance for PT, Rehab Management, and Exceptional Parent Magazine encouraging parents and therapists to introduce walking early in the rehab and EI process. Her research has focused on the use of compression garments, gait trainers, BWSGT and standers.
What's New in Pediatrics: Best Practices in Treatment of the Child with Cerebral Palsy and other Neurologic Disorders
What others are saying:
This course made me finally see the true value of EBP.You really know so much about so many topics that the amount of learning from this course far out weighs what I've learned at any other course. - Lisa Miller
The presenter has a vast knowledge of therapies. Helped me as a clinician have more tools in my tool box to use, and assist the families I work with. -Heather Froehlich
It was nice to hear a speaker present information in a functional, common sense manner. Ginny provided information that is practical and was open to problem solving for challenging clients. - Rebecca McFadden
Since attending the "What's New in Pediatrics" course this past weekend, I have a new energy for my patients/students. A lot of what I have been doing is right there on the cutting edge but there is so much more out there to think about and so much more I could be doing to push the envelope. Thank you for inspring me to research what I am doing and what I could be doing. -Denise Simmons