Giovanni Galeoto

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Purpose. We evaluated a sample of individuals with retinitis pigmentosa (RP) with the aim of assessing the presence or absence of ocular motility (OM) disorders. Materials and Methods. We included 23 out of the 25 individuals from the sample (9 females and 14 males) with an average visual acuity of 6/10. Results. The cover test about the vertical deviation(More)
UNLABELLED The aim of the work is to highlight the need, the duty and the obligation also for the physiotherapist to obtain a valid informed consent of the patient. MATERIALS AND METHODS The authors, starting with the informed consent forms that already exist for physicians, offer four modules tailored to the needs of the physiotherapist, specific to each(More)
  • M Parente, M Tofani, R De Santis, G Esposito, V Santilli, Giovanni Galeoto
  • Occupational therapy international
  • 2017
Background Disasters are increasingly more frequent events on our planet. During disaster the role of the occupational therapist will require a more specific operative framework within nongovernmental organizations and community health services. Design Systematic review. Objective The aim of this study is to evaluate the evidence that highlight(More)
BACKGROUND To document the evolution of cranial asymmetries in infants with signs of nonsynostotic occipital plagiocephaly (NSOP) who were undergo to many functional manual therapy treatments (in addition to the standard positioning recommendations) as well as to determine the feasibility of this methodology to conduct an outcome research investigating the(More)
OBJECTIVE We developed an Italian version of the Wheelchair Use Confidence Scale for Manual Users-Short Form (WheelCon-M-I-short form) and examined its reliability and validity. METHODS The original scale was translated from English to Italian using the "Translation and Cultural Adaptation of Patient Reported Outcomes Measures-Principles of Good Practice"(More)
Objective. This paper describes the Italian translation and adaptation to the Italian culture of the original version of the Jebsen-Taylor hand function test and conveys the procedure for testing its validity and reliability. Design. The cultural adaptation process and validation were based on data from a group of people with no clinical evidence of disease(More)
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