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What qualities are most important in a PT?
Katie LeClere (acrobrat@beamingsun.com)
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Jon LeClere (jonleclere@yahoo.com)
I'm very happy that we'll have a pediatric PT in the Frederick area. There's a huge demand from my perspective and a lack of qualified professionals. The qualities I'd really hope to see is patience, consistency and a friendly helpful demeanor. Education is also important and someone who can utilize new and innovative techniques during therapy. Creativity and professionalism is key. Of course if you're cute, that'd be nice too. :)
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