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05.07.03
22:30
What qualities are most important in a PT?
Katie LeClere (acrobrat@beamingsun.com)
I am starting a pediatric private physical therapy practice in Frederick in a couple of months. I have been working in the P.G. County Public School System for the last 5 years and have discovered that peds is definately my calling. As parents, caregivers, and/or individuals with a physical disability, what do you think are the most important qualities that a PT should have? How do you select service providers? What things are you currently dissatisfied with in your service providers? Your honest and comprehensive answers will help me to help my community.
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05.22.03
00:18
PT selection
Amy Callahan (amycot@sbcglobal.net)
05.22.03
08:38
What Makes A Good PT
Gretta Farley (Lillehammer9414@yahoo.com)
06.11.03
16:49
Great
Jon LeClere (jonleclere@yahoo.com)
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