As an occupational therapist and certified hand therapist at OrthoCarolina, Stacy has had the opportunity to grow in both leadership and clinical positions. She currently serves as the Occupational/Hand Therapy Fellowship Coordinator and is a team member of both the Amputee and Brachial Plexus Specialty Clinics. She loves to be active both indoors and out and enjoys all things fitness: running, hiking, biking, strength training & yoga.
FUN FACT: She entered her first competitive sports event at age 11 and won a 10- speed bike for my efforts; riding the most miles and raising the most funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Bike a Thon. This started a lifelong quest for health and fitness.
- University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA – Bachelor of Arts – Psychology
- University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA - Master’s Degree Occupational Therapy
- Rocky Mountain University of Health, Professions, Provo, UT – Doctorate of Occupational Therapy
- Certified Lymphedema Therapist since 2000
- Certified Hand Therapist since 2001
- Certified Yoga Instructor since 1999
- Hand and Upper Extremity Rehabilitation
- Amputee & Brachial Plexus Specialty Clinics
- Edema Management
- American Occupational Therapy Association
- American Society of Hand Therapists
- National Board of Occupational Therapy
- North Carolina Board of Occupational Therapy
- Lymphology Association of North American
- National Lymphedema Network
- Yoga Alliance
- OrthoCarolina Employee of the Year – 2016
- OrthoCarolina Catalyst Award – 2016
- American Society of Hand Therapists Volunteer of the Year - 2006
- Occupational/Hand Therapy Fellowship received National Accreditation - 2017
- Implementing a Two-Step Night Orthosis Protocol for Treating Mallet Fingers - IRB approved May 2018 - a study in process.
- Retrospective Survey and Analysis Assessing Upper-Extremity Amputees’, Usage of Prostheses – IRB approved Dec 2018 – a study in process.
- Delarosa, M., Gaston, R. G., Loeffler, B., Monroe, B., & Rumfelt, S. (2019). Team Approach: Modern-Day Prostheses in the Mangled Hand.JBJS reviews, 7(7), e6.