Sarah George is a Physical Therapist at Galvin Therapy Center. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from University of Findlay in 2018 and joined the Galvin Therapy team in 2019. Sarah’s passion for pediatric physical therapy was solidified during her final clinical rotation at Akron Children’s Hospital; inspired by her clinical instructor, she fell in love with the creativity, patience, empathy, critical thinking, and communication skills required by a pediatric physical therapist. Shortly after graduating, Sarah traveled to Navajo Nation in Gamerco, New Mexico, with the University of Findlay to conduct a health and wellness camp for the children and elders; the experience strengthened her passion for helping others and sharing knowledge. Sarah loves working at Galvin Therapy Center because of the high-energy, creative, and critical thinking environment. She loves working with the entire team (i.e., family, therapists, and other professionals) to give each child the best care possible. She also loves that the team treats the whole child – physical, emotional, cognitive, and sensory. Sarah is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). She has presented her research at the University of Findlay Research Symposium and written articles for Global Health – an Online Journal for the Digital Age. When she is not working, Sarah enjoys hiking, traveling, trying new foods, and playing with her cat, Neko.