Wednesday, January 30 2019
12:00pm
Room 1253, 555 14th Street NW
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Idiopathic Toe Walking: Assessment, Treatment, and What Parents and Health Professionals Want Us to Know

Cylie Williams , PhD
School of Primary and Allied Health Care, Monash University
Peninsula Health, Allied Health, Australia

Abstract
This presentation will provide the latest research on the diagnosis and assessment of treatment outcomes for idiopathic toe walking (ITW). It will also summarise the evidence supporting different treatments and how different health professionals use this evidence in their treatment pathways. Lastly, it will tell stories from parents of children with ITW in the USA and Australia about their treatment pathways and what they really want health professionals to know about about this challenging diagnosis.

Physiology Brownbag Seminars
The Physiology Group in the School of Biological Sciences hosts Brownbag Lunchtime Seminars twice a month on Wednesdays at noon in room 1253 of the Applied Physiology Building located at 555 14th Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30318. You are welcome to bring a lunch and join us as we ruminate with us on topics in Physiology! A full listing of seminars can be found at http://pwp.gatech.edu/bmmc/physiology-brownbag-seminars-spring-2019/.