Amy Bohn, C.P.A.M., O.T.R./L.

Occupational Therapist

The Children's Medical Office Building at Scottish Rite

Education and Training
  • Occupational Therapy: Indiana University School of Medicine, 1997.

  • Hand and Upper Extremity Injuries
  • Neurological conditions
  • Orthopaedics

  • American Occupational Therapy Association
  • Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals

  • National Board Certification – OT
  • Georgia Licensure – OT
  • Certified physical agent modalities in state of Georgia

Roles and Responsibilities
  • Direct patient treatment of hand/upper extremity patients
  • Program development for hand/upper extremity program

Career Highlights
  • Worked in SCI rehabilitation for over 10 years and has extensive experience in evaluating and treating individuals with upper extremity impairments secondary to neurological dysfunction.  These experiences, combined with those across the entire continuum of care from ICU, acute care, to inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation have helped to develop an innovative and aggressive treatment program for individuals with upper extremity dysfunction.
  • Experience in developing and incorporating Upper Extremity protocols for traumatic and non traumatic injuries continuum of care
  • Presented at multiple local, national and international conferences on restoration of hand and upper extremity function 
  • Active in the adaptive sports world on local and national levels