Diana Early, PT, PhD is a physical therapist who has been practicing for 32 years and has been a pediatric specialist since 2011. She has practiced in a variety of settings including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, and internationally in cross-cultural contexts. She currently works providing outpatient physical therapy services at Children’s Health in Dallas, Texas. She also serves as a research facilitator for the rehabilitation department at Children’s Health. Diana is the daughter of an English teacher and had a childhood dream of being a writer. She finds both writing and music to be excellent outlets for creative expression.
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