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APTA's Emerging Leaders program recognizes PTs and PTAs early in their careers for outstanding contributions to the profession of physical therapy.

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APTA's Emerging Leaders program recognizes PTs and PTAs early in their careers for outstanding contributions to the profession of physical therapy. Here's a sampling of the APTA members recognized this year and the many things they've done to win accolades from their peers.

Erik Gregersen, PT, DPT, is by no means the only physical therapist (PT) in Wisconsin to offer his services to patients who are experiencing chronic pain. But he may be among only a few who draw on military experience to do so.

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