Ann Marie Feretti graduated as an Occupational Therapist in 1991, from the University of Alberta in Canada. She earned her post-professional master’s degree in 2007 from Boston University and received her Doctor of Education degree with a specialization in teaching and learning in 2019. Clinically, Ann Marie has worked across a wide variety of clinical specialties in Occupational Therapy and became a certified hand therapist (CHT) in 1997. Her specialties include orthopedic upper extremity dysfunction, custom orthotic fabrication, and pediatric hand development and dysfunction. She is also experienced in neurology, burn rehabilitation as well as school-based and home health occupational therapy. She became a certified KinesioTape practitioner in 2019 and uses Kinesiotaping in her own clinical practice as well as mentoring other clinicians in their use of taping in the treatment of upper extremity conditions.
Ann Marie is a part-time faculty member in the OT program at Quinnipiac University and is on several committees and expert panels for the national associations in Occupational and Hand Therapy. Ann Marie is passionate about teaching, sharing ideas and knowledge with students and clinicians who want to share knowledge and develop their own clinical and professional skills.