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Sue Lewis

Certified Hand Therapist and Occupational Therapist

With a heart for service and a love for working directly with patients, Sue Lewis, OTR, CHT, found herself drawn to a career in occupational therapy. As the occupational therapy team lead, Sue strives to provide an encouraging and motivational environment where patients feel supported and involved in the process of achieving their goals. She specializes in the rehabilitation of the elbow, wrist and hand, as well as helping athletes return to sport. When Sue isn’t working, she enjoys outdoor activities, such as golfing, hiking, biking and traveling.

Areas of Focus

Orthopedic Integrated Rehabilitation

Certifications

  • Certified Hand Therapist
  • Certified in Graston Technique®
  • Certified in Dry Needling

Research & Publications

  • Sailer, S.M., Lewis S.B., "Rehabilitation and Splinting of Common Upper Extremity Injuries in Athletes, Clinics in Sports Medicine, 14(2): 411-446, April 1995
  • Co-author of Diagnosis and Treatment Manual for Physicians and Therapists, editor Nancy Cannon, 2001
  • Co-author of Diagnosis and Treatment Manual for Physicians and Therapists, editor Nancy Cannon, 2020

Education

  • Indiana University, Bloomington, IN – BS
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