Like many physical therapists, Anna DeLaRosby, PT, DPT, has her share of practice philosophies. One of them, she says, involves patient empowerment: "I like to focus on giving patients the tools they need to understand their injuries or conditions. I want them to be able to take their recoveries into their own hands."
The Digitally Enabled Physical Therapist
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Date: February 1, 2023
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