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Physical therapist Ellen Argo works with patient Tommy Fox, 18 months, at Pediatric Rehabilitation Servicesí new facility at Vanderbilt Health at One Hundred Oaks. (photo by Dana Johnson)

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Physical therapist Heidi Kessler, left, and physical therapy student Kimberly Morgan work with patient Ryan Braswell, 1, in the Crawler Gym. (photo by Dana Johnson)

2/22/2008 - Physical therapist Heidi Kessler, left, and physical therapy student Kimberly Morgan work with patient Ryan Braswell, 1, in the Crawler Gym. (photo by Dana Johnson)

Patient Anna Harkovich-Abdullah, 4, plays in the Orthopaedic Gym. (photo by Dana Johnson)

Patient Anna Harkovich-Abdullah, 4, plays in the Orthopaedic Gym. (photo by Dana Johnson)

Reuben Johnson, 6, practices motor skills with occupational therapy student Stacie Campbell. (photo by Dana Johnson)

Reuben Johnson, 6, practices motor skills with occupational therapy student Stacie Campbell. (photo by Dana Johnson)

Pediatric Rehabilitation Services made its debut this week at its new space at Vanderbilt Health at One Hundred Oaks.

The service, which provides physical therapy to children whose conditions impair physical function, will serve about 100 patients per day.

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