Assessing the Effects of Adaptive Tricycles on the Quality of Life in Children with Movement Disorders

By: Morgan Campbell, Faith Roaden and Professor Catherine Gohrband, DPT, PT, PCS
Department of Physical Therapy, University of Kentucky (2021)
Additional Info: Infographic/Poster; Presentation

The Physical, Social, And Emotional Impact of the Use of a Therapeutic Tricycle on Children: Parents’ Perspectives

By: Bell, C.S., PhD, OTR/L, Arbogast, T.B., OTS, Contogiannis, A.E. OTS, Cooper, M.L., OTS, Fields, J.C., OTS, Finkbeiner, H.L., OTS, Price, A.M., OTS, Uzochukwu, S.K., OTS
Winston Salem State University, OT Department  (2013)

The Benefits of Riding an Adaptive Tricycle for Toddlers with Cerebral Palsy

By: Maddy Bosek, Laura Fenno, Jessica Fowler and Jason Souers
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Lynchburg College of Virginia (January 2012)

Use of Therapeutic Tricycles to Increase Activity in an Underserved Population: Description of An AmTryke Demonstration Project

Cindy LaPorte, PT, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Physcial Therapy
Alabama State University (April 2010)

A Fitness Program for a 4-Year Old Child with Spina Bifida Myelomeningocele that utilizes an AmTryke* Therapeutic Tricycle Combination Hand/Foot Drive

By: Julie A. Wickham, PT, MHS
Marymount University DPT Program (March 2009)

Effectiveness of the AmTryke Therapeutic Tricycle as an Intervention for
Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy: A Pilot Study

By: Ashley A. Arndorfer, Alison M. Brumbaugh, Michelle L. Cochran, and Tara L. Voss
Creighton University

Therapeutic Recreation: Effects of a Riding Protocol on a Child with Cerebral Palsy

By: Rose Flammang and Katrina Francis
Quinnipiac University (May 2009)

The Effects of Therapeutic Tricycle Riding on Gait and Endurance for
Three Children With Spastic Diplegic Cerebral Palsy

By: Jenna A. Lisenby and Angela D. Spooner
Pacific University School of Physical Therapy (May 2001)

The Effect of Therapeutic Tricycle Riding On Upper Extremity
Function in Children With Unilateral Neglect

By: Renee Lyon
Occupational Therapy Department, Western Michigan University (July 2007)

The Physiological Responses of Children With Spina Bifida
During Arm and Leg Cycling

By: Janet A Mulcare, PhD.; Jennifer M. Conrad, M.P.T.; Mary I. Hernandez, M.P.T;
Daniel J. Flemming, Andrews University (1998)