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Advice to a new class of young doctors

Being a doctor of physical therapy for more than 10 years in the state of New York makes me one of the pioneers of the profession. As I watch new physical therapy graduates and interns perform their duties and responsibilities, I have noticed quite a bit of changes from the perspective of the field. As I started working as a physical therapist, it was pure paper and pen files of patients that gets stacked up as they accumulate. It may be an issue of accessibility of charts

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