Elisa understands that having a hand injury makes a huge impact on one's life. She finds being an occupational therapist to be rewarding because she is able to boost patients' confidence by restoring function through progressive recovery or adaptive equipment.
Education: Master's in Occupational Therapy, Touro University, Henderson, Nevada, 2015
National Board Certification in Occupational Therapy, 2015
Special Interests/ Practice Experience:
- Conservative and post-op diagnoses
- Injuries to mid-arm and distal to fingers
- Tendon Repairs
- Nerve Decompression
- Compressive neuropathies (carpal tunnel)
- Repetitive Strain
- Wound Care
- Custom Splinting
- Activity Modification
Elisa enjoys hiking in Topanga State Park, camping in the Sierras, paddle boarding and traveling to Central and South America.