Artigos

1. BRANDAO M.B.: “Adapted version of constraint-induced movement therapy promotes functioning in children with cerebral palsy: a randomized controlled trial”, CLIN REHABIL., vol. 24, 2010, pages 639 – 4718.
2. BRANDAO, M. B. ; Mancini, M.C. ; PINTO, A. D. ; CHAGAS, P. S. C. ; TIRADO, M. G. A. ; DRUMMOND, A. F. ; Sampaio, R.F. . Efeitos da terapia de movimento induzido por restrição em crianças com paralisia cerebral: um estudo qualitativo. In: XI Congresso Brasileiro de Terapia Ocupacional, 2009, Fortaleza. Anais do XI Congresso Brasileiro de Terapia Ocupacional, 2009.
3. CHAGAS, P. S. C.; Mancini, M.C. ; Barbosa, A.P. ; Silva, P.T.G. . Análise das intervenções utilizadas para a promoção da marcha em crianças portadoras de paralisia cerebral: uma revisão sistemática da literatura. Revista Brasileira de Fisioterapia , São Carlos, v. 8, n.2, p. 155-164, 2004.
4. CHAGAS, P. S. C.; Soares, T.B.C. ; Mancini, M.C. ; Fonseca, S. T. ; Vaz, D.V. ; Gontijo, A.P.B. . Mudanças antropométricas e nivel de habilidade motora em crianças no inicio da marcha independente. Revista Fisioterapia e Pesquisa, São Paulo, v. 13, n.in press, p. 43-49, 2006.
5. CHAGAS, P. S. C.; OLIVEIRA, L. C. P. ; FIGUEIREDO, P. R. P. ; Fonseca, S. T. ; SILVA, P. L. ; Mancini, M.C. . Validade de um sistema clínico para definição de eventos de marcha em crianças com desenvolvimento normal e com paralisia cerebral. In: VI Congresso de Fisioterapia da Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, 2011, Juiz de Fora. Anais do VI Congresso de Fisioterapia da UFJF, 2011.
6. CHAGAS, P. S. C.; DEFILIPPO, E. C. ; LEMOS, R. A. ; Mancini, M.C. ; FRÔNIO, J. S. ; CARVALHO, R. M. . Classificação da função motora e do desempenho funcional de crianças com paralisia cerebral. Revista Brasileira de Fisioterapia , v. 12, p. 409-416, 2008.
7. CHAGAS, P. S. C.; CRUZ, D. T. ; FERREIRA, J. A. ; FRÔNIO, J. S. ; Gontijo, A.P.B. ; FURTADO, S. R. C. ; Mancini, M.C. . O uso da esteira ergométrica para a melhora da marcha em crianças com paralisia cerebral: uma revisão sistemática da literatura. Temas sobre Desenvolvimento, v. 17, p. 131-139, 2010.
8. CARR, J.H.; SHEPHERD, R.B., NEUROLOGICAL REHABILITATION: OPTIMIZING MOTOR PERFORMANCE, 1998, pages 350.
9. DEFILIPO, E. C.; FRONIO, J. ; VIEIRA, M. T. ; BUSTAMANTE-TEIXEIRA, M. T. ; BASTOS, R. ; LEITE, I. ; Ribeiro, L.C. . Oportunidades do ambiente domiciliar para o desenvolvimento motor. Revista de Saúde Pública (Impresso) , v. 46, p. 633-641, 2012.
10. DEFILIPO, E. C.; FRONIO, J. S. ; FERREIRA, M.C.P ; SINDER, C.B. ; FIGUEIREDO, P.L. ; Ribeiro, L.C. . Oportunidades do ambiente domiciliar e desenvolvimento motor entre dez e dezoito meses de idade. In: 10º Congresso Brasileiro de Saúde Coletiva, 2012, Porto Alegre. 10º Congresso Brasileiro de Saúde Coletiva, 2012.
11. DEFILIPO, E. C.; BORGES, N. L. ; Ribeiro, L.C. ; SÁ, M.R.C. . COMPARAÇÃO DO DESEMPENHO FUNCIONAL DE CRIANÇAS COM PARALISIA CEREBRAL. In: VI Congresso de Fisioterapia da Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, 2011, Juiz de Fora. VI Congresso de Fisioterapia da Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, 2011.
12. DIAS, A. G. ; ALVIM, M. A. ; DIAS, P. M. ; MIRANDA, L. M. ; SOUZA, N. T. ; PEIXOTO, J. G. ; DEFILIPPO, E. C. ; CHAGAS, P. S. C. . Descarga de Peso em Crianças com Paralisia Cerebral. In: XXI Seminário de Iniciação Científica da UFJF, 2015, Juiz de Fora. XXI Seminário de Iniciação Científica da UFJF, 2015. v. saúde. p. 61-61.
13. FARIA, M. L. ; MIRANDA, L. M. ; DIAS, A. G. ; REZENDE, L. O. ; DEFILIPPO, E. C. ; PEIXOTO, J. G. ; SILVA, T. P. ; SEIXAS, M. B. ; FEITOSA, M. B. ; CHAGAS, P. S. C. . COMPARAÇÃO DA DESCARGA DE PESO ESTÁTICA E DINÂMICA EM CRIANÇAS E ADOLESCENTES COM PARALISIA CEREBRAL,. In: XXII Seminário de Iniciação Científica da UFJF, 2016, Juiz de Fora. XXII Seminário de Iniciação Científica da UFJF. Juiz de Fora: UFJF, 2016.
14. FRÔNIO, J. S. ; MELATO, J. G. ; OLIVEIRA, L. L. ; CHAGAS, P. S. C. ; RIBEIRO, L. C. . EFEITOS DE UM MODELO DE TERAPIA DE MOVIMENTO INDUZIDO POR RESTRIÇÃO (CIMT) EM CRIANÇAS COM HEMIPLÉGICA ESPÁSTICA. In: XX Congresso Nacional da ABENEPI, 2009, Campinas. XX Congresso Nacional da ABENEPI, 2009.
15. FRONIO, J. S. ; DEFILIPO, E. C. ; FERREIRA, M.C.P . Acompanhamento Fisioterápico melhora a qualidade de vida de crianças. Notícias PróExt – UFJF, 09 nov. 2011.
16. FRONIO, J. S. ; DEFILIPO, E. C. ; Ribeiro, L.C. ; FIGUEIREDO, P.L. ; GODINHO, A.P.C. ; FERREIRA, M.C.P ; SINDER, C.B. . Home environment and motor development of infants from 3 to 9 months of age. In: European Academy of Childhood Disability, 2012, Istanbul/ Turkey. DMCN Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 2012. v. 54. p. 54-54.
17. LATASH ML; ANSON JG: “What are ”normal movements” in atypical populations?”, BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES, vol. 19, no. 1, 1996, pages 55 – 106
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19. MARRA, E. A. ; Mancini, M.C. ; CHAGAS, P. S. C. . Participação de crianças com paralisia cerebral: uma revisão crítica da literatura. TemassobreDesenvolvimento, v. 17, p. 192-199, 2010.
20. MARSDEN, C. D.; MERTON, P.A.; MORTON, H. B.: “Desmedt: Motor Control Mechanisms in Health and Disease”, 1993, RAVEN PRESS, article “Rapid postural reactions to mechanical displacement of the hand in man”, pages: 645 – 659
21. SOUZA, N. T. ; CHAGAS, P. S. C. ; Ortis, M.D.C. ; DEFILIPPO, E. C. ; Amaral, P.C. . QUALIDADE DE VIDA E FUNCIONALIDADE DE CRIANÇAS COM PARALISIA CEREBRAL. In: 65ª Reunião Anual da SBPC, 2013, Recife. 65ª Reunião Anual da SBPC, 2013.
22. CURY, V. C. R. ; CHAGAS, P. S. C. ; Mancini, M.C.. PROGNÓSTICO DA FUNÇÃO MOTORA GROSSA EM UMA CRIANÇA COM PARALISIA CEREBRAL. In: XX Congresso Nacional da ABENEPI, 2009. XX Congresso Nacional da ABENEPI, 2009.
23. VAZ, D.V.; MANCINI, M.C.; FONSECA, S.T.; VIEIRA, D.S.; PERTENCE, A.E.M.: “Muscle stiffness and strength and their relation to hand function in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy”, DEVELOPMENTAL MED. AND CHILD NEUROLOGY, vol. 48, no. 9, 2006, pages 728 – 733.
24. VALENZUELA, E. J. ; RIBEIRO, L. C. ; SOUZA, N. T. ; PEIXOTO, J. G. ; DEFILIPPO, E. C. ; CHAGAS, P. S. C. . RELAÇÃO ENTRE COMPRIMENTO DE ÍSQUIOSSURAIS, FUNÇÃO MOTORA GROSSA E MARCHA EM CRIANÇAS COM PARALISIA CEREBRAL. In: XXI Seminário de Iniciação Científica da UFJF, 2015, Juiz de Fora. XI Seminário de Iniciação Científica da UFJF, 2015. v. saude. p. 45-45.

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