Gastroenterology, Esophageal Anorectal Manometry, Board Certified Gastroenterologist, Gastroenterologist, Board Certified Gastroenterology, Board Certified Internal Medicine, Office and Hospital based practice in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, chronic viral hepatitis, Esophago gastro duodenoscopy (including endoscopic treatment of gastrointestinal bleeding, removal of foreign bodies, dilatation techniques, polypectomy and P E G tube placement), Colonoscopy (diagnostic and therapeutic), ERCP, Biliary Sphincterotomy, Stone Extraction, Stent Placement, Percutaneous Liver Biopsy, Esophageal and Anorectal Manometry, Esophageal pH Monitoring,
Expert Witness No.2083
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF OHIO- Toledo, OH
Master’s in Occupational Therapy (MOT), Cum Laude, December 1999
BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY-Bowling Green, OH
B.S. Ed. in Exercise Science, Cum Laude, August 1997
NovaCare Pursuit of Excellence Award- 2000
Alpha Lambda Delta National Freshman Honor’s Society
Phi Eta Sigma National Honor’s Society
Golden Key National Honor’s Society Experience:
September 2006- present
Manage staff and daily operations (including physician/referral relationships, financial/budgeting,
staff relations/conflict resolution, program development) of this outpatient clinic in addition to
full time patient care
May 2003- August 2006
Senior Clinical Supervisor
Coordinate all staff coverage for centers in Northeast Ohio
Coordinate time off and vacation coverage for Brook Park staff
Assist center manager with tracking and auditing clinic visits and physician referrals
Designed citywide occupational therapy coding and billing structure for splinting
Supervise staff and perform all other center manager duties in his absence
Perform all duties of treating staff occupational therapist
January 2000- April 2003
Staff Occupational Therapist
Plan and implement individualized treatment plans for patients with hand and upper extremity diagnoses.
Design and fabricate custom static and dynamic splints for protection, positioning, and ROM.
Educate patients on assistive technology, joint protection, work simplification, wound care, and body mechanics.
Conduct community education lectures on topics such as arthritis and body mechanics.
Participate in ongoing communication with physicians, case managers, and employers regarding the patient’s status while in occupational therapy.
September 1999- December 1999
SUB-ACUTE REHAB, Level II Fieldwork
Planned and implemented individualized treatment plans for patients with diagnoses of general medical conditions, orthopedic injuries, and cardiac conditions.
Provided appropriate documentation on all patients including initial evaluations, MDS scores/minutes, progress notes, and discharge summaries.
Designed and constructed occupational therapy clinic improvement projects.
June 1999- September 1999
REHABILITATION SETTING, Level II Fieldwork
Planned and implemented individualized treatment plans for patients with diagnoses of CVA, orthopedic and other neurologic conditions.
Provided appropriate documentation inc. initial evaluations, FIM scores, and discharges.
Performed informal seating and positioning evaluations.
Participated in home evaluations and community re-integration outings.