Rubi Buxton, PT, DPT, PCS
In clinical practice, within her expertise in pediatric rehabilitation, she cares for a diverse patient caseload that includes diagnoses such as neurologic and orthopedic trauma, neuro-oncology, pediatric obesity, pelvic health disorders, developmental gross motor delay, and conditions requiring complex serial casting and splinting. Rubi is a board-certified pediatric clinical specialist in physical therapy and a…Read full bio
Jared Vagy, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Jared Vagy received his doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) from the University of Southern California (USC) and completed a one-year residency in orthopedics and a one-year fellowship in movement science. Dr. Vagy is a clinical assistant professor of physical therapy in the DPT program at USC and is a mentor in both the orthopedic residency…Read full bio
In this chapter, you will identify the best practices for delivering optimal pediatric care in the telehealth environment.
2. Subjective Exam
In this chapter, you will apply strategies for effective subjective examination for the school-age child in a telehealth setting and identify key questions for screening in telehealth.
3. Objective Exam
In this chapter, you will administer a pediatric screening examination specific to the school-age child via telehealth and discuss gross motor milestones.
In this chapter, you will apply interventions for the school-age child in telehealth given information obtained via subjective and objective exams and discuss use of safety with telehealth for gross motor focus given age.
5. Clinical Pearls
This chapter provides a summary of applying strategies for effective subjective examination of a school-age child in a telehealth setting, administering a screening examination for a school-age child, and applying interventions for children in the telehealth therapy environment. It also includes a roundtable discussion with Jared and Rubi.
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