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Zach Walston, PT, DPT, is an avid reader who is continuously learning, seeking to grow and reflect, and ultimately striving be the best clinician and mentor he can be.

In this episode, Zach shares his message to seek out more information, identify bias and limitations when they exist, find mentors, and reflect on experiences whenever possible.

Read Zach’s original APTA Perspective, "How Do You Know When You Are Providing High-Quality Care?"

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