Underlying principles of SATCo and Targeted Training
- Butler & Major. The learning of motor control. Biomechanical considerations, Physiotherapy 78(1) 1-6, (1992).
- Butler & Major. Biomechanics of postural control and derived management principles. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 8(3), 183-184, (1992).
- Major & Butler. Discussion of segmental stability with implications for motor learning. Clinical Rehabilitation 9, 167-172, (1995).
- Major et al. Learning motor control in the upright position: a mechanical engineering approach. Journal of Engineering in Medicine, Proc Instn Mech Engrs 215 (Part H), 315-323, (2001).
- Butler & Major. The missing link? Therapy issues of open and closed chains. Physiotherapy 89(8), 465-470, (2003).
Other related publications
- Major RE, Hewart PJ and Macdonald AM. A new structural concept in moulded ankle foot orthoses and comparison of the bending stiffness of four constructions. Prosthetics and Orthotics International, 28, 44-48, (2004).
- Butler et al. Improvement in walking performance of children with cerebral palsy: Preliminary results. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 34, 567-576, (1992).
- Butler et al. PB, Farmer SE and Major RE. ‘Improvement in gait parameters following late intervention in post traumatic hemiplegia: a long term follow up report of a single case. Clinical Rehabilitation, 11, 220-226, (1997).
- Butler PB, A preliminary report on the effectiveness of trunk targeting in achieving independent sitting balance in children with cerebral palsy. Clinical Rehabilitation 12, 281-293, (1998).
- Farmer et al.SE, Targeted Training for crouch posture in cerebral palsy, Physiotherapy 85(5), 242-247, (1999).
- Butler et al. The effect of Targeted Training therapy on sitting balance and trunk control in motor disability. In: Cioni G, Boyd R, Forrsberg H. Proceedings of the 4th International Cerebral Palsy Conference; (2012) 10-13 October: Pisa, Italy. P. 219-220.
- Pin et al. TW, Targeted Training in managing children with poor trunk control: 4 case reports. Pediatric Physical Therapy, 30: E8–E13, (2018)
Segmental Assessment of Trunk Control (SATCo)
- Butler et al. Refinement, reliability, and validity of the segmental assessment of trunk control. Pediatr Phys Ther 22, 246, (2010). Winner of the Toby Long Award for the best manuscript published in Paediatric Physical Therapy, 2010.
- Curtis et al. The central role of trunk control in the gross motor function of children with cerebral palsy: A retrospective cross-sectional study. Dev Med Child Neurol 57, 351, (2015).
- Pin et al. Psychometric study on Segmental Assessment of Trunk Control in infants from 4 to 9 months of age. Dev Med Child Neurol 59(suppl. 2):5, (2017).
- Sánchez et al. A video based method to quantify posture of the head and trunk in sitting. Gait Posture 51, 181, (2017).
- Sánchez et al. The potential of an automated system to identify the upper limb component of a controlled sitting posture. Gait Posture 58, 223, (2017).
- Sánchez et al. Working towards an objective segmental assessment of trunk control in children with cerebral palsy. Gait Posture 65, 45, (2018).
- Cunningham et al. Fully automated image-based estimation of postural point features in children with cerebral palsy using deep learning. Soc. open sci. 6, 191011
- Cunningham et al. Fully automated video-based estimation of postural point-features in children with cerebral palsy using deep learning. engrXiv, (2018).
- Sanchez et al. Can machine learning assess trunk alignment directly from raw video using a depth camera? bioRxiv, 421172, (2018).
- Curtis et al. Functional change in children with cerebral palsy. arXiv:181112490, (2018).
- Pin et al. TW, Butler, PB, Cheung H-W, Shum S. Segmental Assessment of Trunk Control in infants from 4 to 9 months of age- a psychometric study. BMC Pediatrics 18:182, (2018).
- Pin et al. Longitudinal Development of Segmental Trunk Control in Full Term and Preterm Infants- a Pilot Study: Part I. Developmental Neurorehabilitation org/10.1080/17518423.2019.1648580 (2019)
- Pin et al. Development of Segmental Trunk Control in Full Term and Preterm Infants- a Pilot Study: Part II. Developmental Neurorehabilitation org/10.1080/17518423.2019.1629661 (2019)