Kathryn Hibbert is an occupational therapist at the University of Vermont Medical Center. She specializes in orthotics, hand rehabilitation, and orthopedics. She treats patients with musculoskeletal pain, and injuries after surgery using therapies such as custom splinting, serial casting, therapeutic taping and BTE (Baltimore Therapeutic Equipment) Work Simulator, which is a machine that replicates daily functions to help increase movement.
Kathryn prides herself in treating patients with honesty, creativity, and compassion. She enjoys having the time to develop a relationship with them and help them to reach their goals.
Learn more about occupational therapy at the UVM Medical Center.