Sally Brown, MBA, OTR, CHT

Sally Brown, MBA, OTR, CHT

Sally Brown, MBA, OTR, CHT is the Director of Therapy for BoulderCentre for Orthopedics. Sally has been an Occupational Therapist since 1992 and a Certified Hand Therapist since 1997.

Specialty

Sally began her career at the Children’s Hospital in Michigan working with children with hand/thumb deformities, amputations and burns and earned her board certification in hand therapy at the University of Michigan Hospital. Sally has served on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT) for two terms and received the Outstanding Committee Member Award and the President’s Gold Award from the Society. She has been published twice in cooperation with ASHT.

Sally specializes in low temperature splint fabrication, scar management, tendon rehabilitation, and all upper extremity injuries from the Shoulder to the finger tips.

Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy
  • Masters of Business Administration
  • Board Certified in Hand Therapy

Community Service

Sally has been a member of the Boulder Rotary Club since 2013 and received the “Quick Start Rotarian Award.” Sally is an active member of Rotary serving on the Board of Directors. Sally has enjoyed for serving the Colorado Food Share, serving at the Buffalo Bike Classic, Wine into water, Calwood flood restoration, and Beer B-Q fundraisers. Sally also serves as Secretary/Treasurer of the Boulder Kisumu Sister City and works with the Colorado Haiti Project. Sally received the International Human Rights Award in 2012 from the Boulder County United Nations Association.


To schedule an appointment with Sally Brown, MBA, OTR, CHT at BoulderCentre for Orthopedics call 303.442.2666

 

Sally Brown in the news:
  • Hand Pain? You might have Cervical Radiculopathy

    Advice from a Certified Hand Therapist – Desk Posture

    Ganglion Cysts in Hand and Wrist can be painful

    Musicians Hand Pain: Advice from a Certified Hand Therapist

  • FOOSH: Falls onto outstretched hands

    CMC Arthritis

    Distal Biceps Rupture