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Occupational Therapists


Jennifer Berthelot, LOTR

Clinical Director of Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapist / Hand Therapist  Brusly Clinic
(225) 749-8980
jberthelot@peakphysicaltherapy.com

Jennifer Berthelot, LOTR:  Jennifer is a resident of Addis, Louisiana and a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In 2000, she graduated from LSU Medical Center’s School of Allied Health with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. Before attending LSU, she attended Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Jennifer is a certified ASTYM system provider.  She is the mother of a daughter and a son, Jaselyn and Wyatt. Her hobbies include family time, working, gardening, and traveling. She has advance training in fabricating splints for the hand, Kinesiotaping techniques for the upper extremity, and rehabilitating specific orthopedic and neurological hand injuries. Working with Peak, she has been able to meet many people and help with their injuries. She enjoys meeting people from different stages of life and cultures. Peak is a relaxing atmosphere where the main focus is the patients and getting them back to living their life as quickly as possible.

Catherine Hardaway Gill, LOTR

Occupational Therapist / Hand Therapist  Denham Springs Clinic

(225) 667-8989

cgill@peakphysicaltherapy.com

'Caitie' Gill, LOTR is a new resident of the Baton Rouge area. She received a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from Southeastern Louisiana University in 2012, and a Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy from the LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans in 2016. She began practicing occupational therapy under the mentorship of a Certified Hand Therapist in May 2016, and is currently working toward becoming a Certified Hand Therapist herself.

Caitie's primary interest is orthopedic hand therapy. Along with treating patients, she is actively pursuing continuing clinical education to further her knowledge and application of manual therapy, splinting, conservative and post-surgical rehabilitation protocols, and exercise prescription. Her patient's functional independence is Caitie's first and foremost priority. In addition, she maintains an active membership in both the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Louisiana Occupational Therapy Association.

Caitie lives in Greenwell Springs. She enjoys domestic and international travel, baking, and time spent with her nieces and nephews.

 

 

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