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Some of us obtain an education in a field of study we adore and quite often go on to pursue a career in that field. I took it one step further and wrote a book about it. I continued to write, and you are now holding the fifth book in the series. Here are some of my recent observations. The patient is neither a centipede nor a hot dog. The patient really does not own a turtle. The therapist is not perfect, and she makes as many speaking errors as her patients. It is in your best interest to think about some of the questions that you ask your medical professional on your next office visit. If your children struggle with differentiating their left from their right show them the letter "L" on their left hand, introduce them to musical instruments which utilize two hands, and teach them to write ambidextrously. If all else fails, enlist them in the police academy. Amy Spiegel is a licensed physical therapist who began practicing fourteen years ago in the field of outpatient physical therapy. She has earned a Bachelor's degree in pre-med, a Master's of Physical Therapy and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She works full time as a physical therapist in an outpatient setting. She enjoys reading, playing the flute, creative writing and has recently taken an interest in hiking.
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