Vince received his Masters of Occupational Therapy degree from Concordia University Wisconsin in 2017. He developed his skills in occupational therapy through working in several different settings including neuro rehabilitation, acute care, inpatient rehab and outpatient orthopedics (hand therapy). Vince has worked in hand therapy since 2019, and is currently participating in DPT’s hand therapy mentorship program with our certified hand therapists, who collectively have over 50 years of experience. Vince continues to put patients first by integrating evidence-based research to help patients achieve their maximum potential during their daily tasks, recreational or leisure activities, as well as work duties. Moreover, Vince has strong splinting skills and works closely with our CHTs to develop custom fit orthotics for our patients to accelerate the rehabilitative process or protect healing structures in upper extremity including bones, ligaments and tendons. His goal is to help patients get better, faster.
Concordia University Wisconsin, 2017, Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy
Northern Illinois University, 2012, Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Services
During Vince’s free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and dog (a 9-year-old German Shepard), playing guitar, softball, golf, and getting together with friends & family.
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