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Every physical therapist has a story about "that patient" — the one who made an appointment for whatever they thought their condition was only to learn that wasn't their problem.

For Aaron Keil, PT, DPT, the case that came to mind in a recent discussion about diagnostic imaging was a man who had undergone surgery on his foot.

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