Second-year physical therapy student Hilary Wilson, right, helped Hanan Shalash last week with her balance as Shalash received treatment for her knee at Samaritan's Touch, UK's free student-run physical therapy clinic. The clinic recently moved to a new location and is holding a grand opening Wednesday at noon.
Second-year physical therapy student Hilary Wilson, right, helped Hanan Shalash last week with her balance as Shalash received treatment for her knee at Samaritan's Touch, UK's free student-run physical therapy clinic. The clinic recently moved to a new location and is holding a grand opening Wednesday at noon.
Second-year physical therapy student Hilary Wilson, right, helped Hanan Shalash last week with her balance as Shalash received treatment for her knee at Samaritan's Touch, UK's free student-run physical therapy clinic. The clinic recently moved to a new location and is holding a grand opening Wednesday at noon.

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February 22, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED February 22, 2011 07:51 AM

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