Paul Abbey, OTR/L

Paul Abbey, OTR/L

Paul received his undergraduate degree in Sports Medicine from John Brown University in 2014 and his Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Oklahoma Health Science Center in 2017. He has obtained experience in a variety of settings over the past 3 years including an AOTA accredited Hand Therapy Fellowship offered by Pine Street Physical and Occupational Therapy, Lodi CA, in 2019. He holds advanced certifications in Physical Agent Modalities and Hand Therapy. Paul is active in the hand therapy community at the state and national level. At the state level, he organizes monthly meetings providing a space for hand surgeons and hand therapist to discuss difficult cases. At the national level he volunteers for The American Society of Hand Therapist and held the position of Maine State Liaison from 2020-2021. Furthermore, Paul is an Albert Schweitzer Fellow for Life. His hobbies include surfing, hiking, hunting, fishing, and backpacking. 

Licenses & Certifications

Licensed and registered occupational therapist

Professional Memberships

American Society of Hand Therapists

American Occupational Therapy Association

Education & Training

John Brown University, BS in Sports Medicine, Siloam Springs, AR

Oklahoma Health Science Center, MS in Occupational Therapy, Tulsa, OK

Pine Street Physical and Occupational Therapy, Hand Therapy Fellowship, Lodi, CA

Continuing Education

Hand and Wrist Fractures and Dislocations, Sarah R. Stillings, PT, CHT, 2019

Elbow Common Diagnoses and Rehabilitation, Chris Huhlmann, OT, CHT, 2019

Lateral and Medial Epicondylitis, Sara R Stillings, PT, CHT, 2018

Understanding, Evaluating, and Treating Distal Radius Fractures, Sarah R Stillings, PT, CHT, 2018

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Sarah R. Stillings, PT, CHT, 2018


American Society of Hand Therapists, State Liaison, ME

Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, Fundraising Chair, OK

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