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In my practice as a pediatric physical therapist in both outpatient and school settings, I’ve observed that young children with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease often are overlooked for early physical therapist management.

By the time they are referred to me, these children often already exhibit the disease’s debilitating effects, such as balance deficits or deformities of the feet.

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