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Every practice setting has its own innate challenges and special circumstances, but they all share similar professional expectations and responsibilities. The school setting is often quite different from the medical setting, but the requirements to adhere to the core values of excellence, integrity, and collaboration are the same.

Gail has been a school-based physical therapist for most of her professional career. She is in a small district and treats in the preschool, elementary school, and high school. She loves working with the children and watching them grow from the time they enter school until they graduate from high school.

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