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New skills, new perspective!

I just returned from a week with the infamous Canadian PT and researcher Diane Lee to begin learning the Integrated Systems Model, a 3 part series that involves looking at the entire system that is the human body and understanding how interdependent our bodies are. It was fascinating and I look forward to completing the rest of the series. This includes hours of self study and driving to Reston, VA for 3 separate weeks to practice hands-on skills. I am very excited to apply these techniques in the clinic! Side note... the trail system in Reston is HUGE! So grateful to be able to play in the dirt after being in class all day. More information about Diane Lee and the continuing education she offers here: https://learnwithdianelee.com/

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