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When it comes to my experience with the American Physical Therapy Association, one of the first words that comes to my mind is "unusual."

I am now in my second year of physical therapy school at the University of Hartford, and I have been a member of APTA for four years. You might be reading this and wondering how the math on that works. During my undergraduate courses, I felt so determined to be a PT that I thought I may as well get the membership now.

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