Pediatric Physical Therapy
Official Journal of the Section on Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association, the Dutch Association for Pediatric Physical Therapy, and the Swiss Association for Pediatric Physical Therapy.
Pediatric Physical Therapy is the first and only peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to pediatric physical therapy. The Journal provides a forum for scientific and professional exchange among researchers and practitioners throughout the world that represent subspecialties of the discipline, including early intervention, neonatology, pediatric sports and fitness, school physical therapy, acute care for seriously ill children, and the prevention of primary and secondary conditions that lead to disabling conditions.
The international review panel is deeply committed to high standards and rigor in the peer review process with an eye toward providing feedback that would strengthen the authors’ reports. The increasing number of submissions from around the world enables a rich exchange of information from both developed and developing countries. The journal provides a range of supplemental digital materials such as video and audio podcasts, and is committed to providing high quality translations that would broaden the reach of the journal. Digital materials are formatted for use on personal digital devices, allowing clinicians to access research information in daily practice.
Now available on the iPad, the PPT app optimizes the best in digital technology to enhance a print-like reading experience with seamless multimedia integration, easy navigation and more.
-Easy-to-read full-text articles that can be shared via email
-Adjustable text sizing with pinch and zoom
-Engaging multimedia videos, images, and supplements
-Choose to store or delete downloaded issues
-Speedy issue browsing capability via Quick View
-Easily page through abstract summaries
-Convenient notification when a new issue is available
-Online access includes supplemental data, topical article collections, and journal archives