Program a 'godsend'

Sitting up, throwing a ball, walking simple, right? Not to the children that Patty Ringholz works with as a pediatric physical therapist. Ringholz, a licensed physical therapist (LPT) at Fisher-Titus Medical Center, faces the challenge each day of helping children with disabilities to reach those developmental milestones. She must teach youngsters whose muscles don't function normally how to move, roll over, crawl, walk and generally just use all of their muscles to the best of their ability.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Sitting up, throwing a ball, walking simple, right? Not to the children that Patty Ringholz works with as a pediatric physical therapist.

Ringholz, a licensed physical therapist (LPT) at Fisher-Titus Medical Center, faces the challenge each day of helping children with disabilities to reach those developmental milestones. She must teach youngsters whose muscles don't function normally how to move, roll over, crawl, walk and generally just use all of their muscles to the best of their ability.

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