Physical therapy departments in academic settings have long been divided into at least 3 primary sections: Orthopedic, Neurologic and Pediatric. That pattern then pervades clinical affiliation choices, continuing education classification, and even the emphasis of this issue of Physiotimes on neurological conditions. Do you find it interesting how we get so comfortable with what is or was, that we no longer even see things and ask why or is it still relevant? I do and I’d like to invite you to spend just a few minutes reflecting on this important, but wholly artificial division of our profession.
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