Dr. Marybeth Grant-Beuttler
- Office Location:
- Rinker Health Science campus 268
- (714) 744-7626
- Northwestern University, Bachelor of Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Master of Science
Drexel University, Ph.D. in Physical Therapy
Licensure Information / Registration Number:
California Physical Therapy License Certificate # PT-33373
August 2006 - Certified as Pediatric Clinical Specialist by the American Physical Therapy Association
September 1995 - Neonatal Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program Certification (NIDCAP) - certified by James Helm, EdD
November 1991 - Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Treatment Certification - certified by Marjorie Adams, MA, PT
May 1989 - Prenatal and Postpartum Exercise Instruction Certification - certified by Elizabeth Noble, PT
PT 643- Motor Control/Motor Learning
PT 643L- Motor Control/Motor Learning Lab
PT 647- Pediatric Practice Management Lecture
PT 647L- Pediatric Practice Management Lab
PT 650- Scientific Inquiry IA and IB
PT 651- Scientific Inquiry II
PT 799- Research Projects
- Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
Developmental Coordination Disorder: A Case Report. Pediatric Physical Therapy. 2013;25:214-223.
Atienza D, Bennett N, Glynn L, Grant-Beuttler M. Reference data for normally developing 5-year-olds utilizing the balance master mCTSIB. [Abstract]. Pediatric Physical Therapy. 2013;25(1):92.
Chen J, Grant-Beuttler M, Glynn L. The relationship of the gastrocnemius-soleus muscle tendon unit to postural control in 5-year-old children. [Abstract]. Pediatric Physical Therapy, 2012;24(1):101-102.
Freeman JA, Guy AR, Rader AD, Grant-Beuttler M, Cipriani D. A comparison of functional outcomes using Toe-OFF dynamic ankle-foot orthoses in a healthy adult population: A pilot study. [Abstract] Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy. 2012;42(1):OPO-1179.
Mercier R, Grant-Beuttler M, Oropeza M, von Ibsch D. Gastrocnemius-soleus muscle extensibility: Comparison across walking stages and neurological diagnoses in children. [Abstract]. Pediatric Physical Therapy, 2012;24(1):113.
Grant-Beuttler M & Drndarski K. Commentary for "Beyond Fitness: The psychosocial benefits of an inclusive community-based aquatics program". Pediatric Physical Therapy. 2012;24(4),368.
Grant-Beuttler M, Glynn LM, Salisbury AL, Poggi Davis E, Holliday C, Sandman CA. Development of fetal movement between 26 and 36-weeks' gestation in response to vibro-accoustic stimulation. Frontiers in Psychology. 2011;2:350.doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2001.00350
Grant-Beuttler M, Palisano R, Miller D, Wagner B, Heriza C, Shewokis P. Gastrocnemius/soleus muscle tendon unit changes in infants born preterm over the first 12 weeks of adjusted age. Physical Therapy. 2009;89(2): 136-148.
Grant-Beuttler M, Palisano R, Miller D, Wagner B, Heriza C, Shewokis P. Author response to Invited Commentary by Heathcock [commentary for: Gastrocnemius/soleus muscle tendon unit changes in infants born preterm over the first 12 weeks of adjusted age.] Physical Therapy. 2009;89(2): e2-e4 [online]. Available at http://www.ptjournal.org/cgi/content/full/89/2/e2. Accessed February 2, 2009.
Grant-Beuttler M, Shewokis P. (2007) Muscle tendon unit comparisons between infants born preterm and infants born fullterm: A pilot study. Pediatric Physical Therapy. 19(4): 309-314.
Hakim R, Kelly S, Grant-Beuttler M, Healy B, Krempasky J, Moore S. (2005) Case Report: A Modified Constraint-Induced Therapy (mCIT) Program for the Upper Extremity of a Person with Chronic Stroke. Physiotherapy: Theory & Practice. 21(4):243-256.
Grant-Beuttler M, Leininger P, Palisano R. (2004). Reliability of a Measure of Muscle Extensibility in Fullterm and Preterm Newborns. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 24(1/2), 173-185.
Grant-Beuttler M & Wagner B. Case 4. In Brimer & Moran (editors) Clinical Cases in Physical Therapy, 2nd Edition. Philadelphia: Butterworth & Heinemann; 2004.
Grant-Beuttler M. Case 12. In Brimer M & Moran M (editors). Clinical Cases in Physical Therapy, 2nd Edition. Philadelphia: Butterworth-Heinemann; 2004.