Clinic Owner

Kimberly has over 30 years of experience in pediatric occupational therapy and with hand therapy in both the pediatric and adult populations. She is a University of Washington graduate, with affiliations in pediatrics, psychiatry, physical disabilities, and orthopedic hand rehabilitation. She has worked in school settings, private practice, and acute orthopedic hand surgery rehabilitation.

She uses an eclectic approach involving her training in modalities, splinting, myofascial release, acute surgical rehabilitation, overuse syndrome intervention, NDT, SI, functional vision development, and oral-motor development. Kimberly helped standardize the ETCH (Evaluation Tool of Children Handwriting). She is also a Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner. She specializes in custom splinting, positioning and casting. Her interests include the study of the upper extremity kinematics in relation to development which lead her to a post-graduate independent study involving dissection of anatomy at the University of Washington.