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Student trains at Cary Physical Therapy

Published: Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014 5:30 a.m. CDT

CARY – Valery Kharina, a third year physical therapy student from Bradley University in Peoria, is performing her internship at Cary Physical Therapy.  

The 12-week internship will provide mentoring and instruction in the practical application of physical therapy skills and training, according to a news release from Cary Physical Therapy.  

Cary Physical Therapy partners with four universities in Illinois to allow students to gain experience in private practice physical therapy.

“Because of our commitment to the profession as well as our community, we will continue to grow and develop our clinical education program for future physical therapists,” Cary Physical Therapy owner Deb Gulbrandson said in a news release. “Our students rate their experience with us as exceptionally high, providing them with the skills to become the best physical therapists they can be.”  

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