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It was my first day of work as a licensed physical therapist. I had my usual morning routine and made my commute to the kitchen, where I was going to be delivering services for the next several months.

I never thought I would see my first patient on a computer screen, but it has now become the new norm for me due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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