Ginny Paleg, PT

Continuing Education Instructor

Ginny Paleg, PT, MPT, DScPTGinny Paleg is an NDT certified pediatric PT from Silver Spring, Maryland.  She has worked at NIH, a pediatric rehab hospital (for 8 yrs), and in schools (8 yrs).  She currently works for her local school system in their early intervention program.  Ginny earned her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy at Emory University and her DScPT  at the University of Maryland Baltimore.  She is on the editorial board of Rehab Management Magazine and the APTA Pediatric Section reimbursement representative for the state of Maryland.  Ginny has presented and published nationally and internationally including APTA, Medtrade, Canadian Seating and Mobility, World Physical Therapy Conference and AACPDM.  She is an author of two RESNA position papers (Supported Standing Devices and Pediatric Power Mobility).  Ginny was a keynote speaker at the International Seating Symposium in 2010 and a presented at the Australian Academy of Cerebral Palsy in Christ's Church New Zealand in March 2010 .  Ginny also presented her dissertation as a long program at APTA’s CSM in San Diego in February, 2010 as well as participated in the pre-conference on body weight support gait therapy.

Webinars Dynamic Seating Webinar
Rifton has done it again! Their new Rifton activity chair incorporates the best seating and positioning with dynamic seating. After consultation with therapists in the field, families and people who use the chair, Rifton has managed to make an old friend even better. This educational dynamic seating webinar includes testimony from clinicians that have been using the chair as well as a short review on the...
Webinars Dynamic Seating: Webinar Transcript
Below is a complete transcript of Ginny Paleg’s webinar for Rifton on Dynamic Seating. Watch the Dynamic Seating Webinar. Part 1 Intro/Sign in Slide 1 Ginny Paleg Slide 2 (00:12) Hi there, and welcome to Rifton’s seminar on dynamic and functional seating. Today we’re going to talk about dynamic seating, we’re going to talk about their new activity chair, and then I’m going to...
Evidence Based Practice Therapeutic Cycling: Evidence for Practice July 29, 2008 by Ginny Paleg, PT
Families and physical therapists value adaptive tricycles for both recreational and therapeutic reasons. But will third party payers understand the medical necessity, and support purchase of this equipment? The following information may be of use to therapists in providing medical justification for adaptive tricycles. One major problem affecting the function and health of children with Cerebral Palsy (CP...