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In closing, Pediatric CI Therapy offers a promising alternative treatment to children with neuromotor disabilities. To learn more about Pediatric CI Therapy or if you are a Pediatric Practitioner wanting to learn how to properly administer Pediatric CI Therapy, please contact Dr. Stephanie C. DeLuca at firstname.lastname@example.org or through her Website at www.circ.uab.edu/cit.htm
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