Physical Therapists Helping in Haiti

March 7, 2013: In January 2010, Haiti was rocked by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake that killed thousands, left more than million homeless, and caused numerous additional injuries.
In this episode, physical therapists Denise English and Chuck Gulas, who were in Haiti when the earthquake occurred, describe their experiences treating injured Haitians in the immediate aftermath of the disaster as well as their subsequent efforts to support Haiti’s health care system in its ongoing recovery.
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