Ginny Paleg is a pediatric PT from Silver Spring, Maryland. She has worked in a variety of settings including the National Institutes of Health, adult group homes, and for the past 14 years she has worked for her local school system’s early intervention program. She specializes in assessment and interventions for children with cerebral palsy at the GMFCS Levels 4 and 5 and is an avid researcher. She is on the editorial board of Rehab Management Magazine and she teaches continuing education courses on evidence-based practices for standing and power mobility. Ginny advocates for in-home use of gait trainers and other mobility devices for all infants with motor delays. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, having served as a state representative and reimbursement specialist.

Recently, she published five articles in peer reviewed journals; two on standing (J Pediatr Rehabil Med, 2011 and PedPT, 2013), one on gait trainers (Clin Rehab, 2015) and two on power mobility (BJO, 2013 and DMCN, 2014). She presented a seminar on pediatric mobility at the World Confederation for Physical Therapy in Singapore in May 2015.

Ginny earned her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy at Emory University and her DScPT (Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy) at the University of Maryland Baltimore.