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My role as a physical therapist working with patients with neurologic conditions can be boiled down to teaching folks how to adapt to, and grow from, changes that can be catastrophic.

This year has forced us all to adapt and (hopefully) grow in so many aspects of our personal and professional lives. My role as the support team chair for Global PT Day of Service —  PTDOS — has been no different.

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