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Working as a school-based pediatric physical therapist (PT) is incredibly rewarding, particularly when I have time to reflect on the big picture.

As I write this essay in June, the school year is winding to a close. I'm looking back to last September with pride in how far each of my students has progressed over the last 10 months. The small advances achieved during each of their physical therapy sessions have built upon one another and come into full focus.

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