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Listen to Linda Csiza, PT, DSc, read this Defining Moment article on APTA's podcast.

Working as a physical therapist enables interactions with many different people across the age spectrum. With adults, it is easy to determine and communicate the benefits that physical therapy can provide. But it's different when working with babies and children.

As a new professional in 1991, I had the opportunity to work in the neonatal intensive care unit of a major hospital. The mornings were spent working with adults in the hospital and outpatient clinic, and the afternoons were dedicated to working with sick and premature infants.

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