ANDREW TAN, OTR/L, CHT, CKTP, CEAS
I became a licensed occupational therapist (OT) in 2007 with a strong interests in hand therapy. After working in the hand center of the Singapore National University Hospital for 3 years, I moved to Boston to pursue a master’s degree in OT.
After graduating from Tufts University I moved to Seattle and became a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) in 2013.
I’m specialized in splint fabrication, flexor/extensor tendon rehabilitation, repetitive strain injuries treatment, also became a Certified Kinesio-Tape pracitioner (CTKP) in 2014, then received a certification as an ergonomic assessment specialist (CEAS) in 2015.
I love traveling, hiking, playing badminton, and practicing Tai-Chi in my free time.
Shih-Pin Hsu OT, PhD candidate
I believe humanity and knowledge lead to a brighter world.
After finishing my occupational therapy training in National Taiwan University (2005-2012), I study for a doctorate in brain science in National Yang-Ming University until now. My interests and clinical specializations focus on stroke neurorehabilitation: task-oriented training, mirror therapy, functional electrical stimulation, neglect and somatosensory rehabilitation, and also transcranial direct current stimulation.
I enjoy reading, thinking, and feeling the beautiful moments from daily life and nature.