Hours

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday: Closed

Occupational Therapy Services

  • Assistive technology and computer access
  • Brain injury services
  • Evaluation and intervention for individuals with cancer
  • Feeding and swallowing
  • Hand therapy
  • Handwriting intervention
  • Home-based early intervention
  • Neurologic rehabilitation for individuals with stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and those with Parkinson disorder
  • Off-road driving risk evaluations using simulation and clinical assessments
  • Pediatric services
  • Rehabilitation for individuals cognitive and physical decline or frailty
  • Upper extremity, including arthritis and other chronic conditions

Providers

A photo of SueAnn Woods.
SueAnn Woods, OTRL, PhD
West Virginia University
Job Title
Assistant Professor
Background and Training
BA, West Virginia University, 2008; MOT, West Virginia University, 2009; PhD, West Virginia University, 2021

Dr. Woods provides off-road driving risk evaluations using simulation and a series of clinical tests to assess driving skills and safety needed to return to on-road driving.  She is also a certified hand therapist and sees children in the WVU Medicine multi-disciplinary Brachial Plexus Clinic.  

A photo of Breanna Adkins.
Breanna M Adkins, OTRL, EdD
West Virginia University
Job Title
Assistant Professor
Background and Training
MOT, West Virginia University, 2014; BA, West Virginia University, 2013; EdD, A.T. Still University, 2022

Dr. Adkins is a board-certified clinical specialist in pediatric occupational therapy who specializes in home-based early intervention and feeding and swallowing. She currently provides occupational therapy services through West Virginia Birth to Three and sees children in the WVU Medicine multi-disciplinary Brachial Plexus Clinic. 

A photo of Jacob Greenfield.
Jacob Tyler Greenfield, OTRL, DOT
West Virginia University
Job Title
Assistant Professor
Background and Training
MOT, West Virginia University, 2018; BA, West Virginia University, 2017; OTD, Chatham University, 2022

Dr. Greenfield is an occupational therapist who specializes in neurologic rehabilitation for individuals with stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and those with Parkinson disorder. He also specializes in occupational therapy evaluation and intervention for individuals with cancer and is part of the multi-disciplinary survivorship team in the Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center.  Dr. Greenfield also provides off-road driving risk evaluations using simulation and a series of clinical tests to assess driving skills and safety needed to return to on-road driving. 

A photo of Brandon Powers.
Brandon Seth Powers, OTRL
West Virginia University
Job Title
Assistant Professor
Background and Training
MOT, West Virginia University, 2008; BA, West Virginia University, 2007

Seth Powers is an occupational therapist who is also a certified hand therapist. He specializes in conditions involving the upper extremity including arthritis and other chronic conditions as well as traumatic injuries of the elbow, wrist and hand.  He is a member of the WVU Medicine multi-disciplinary hand surgery team.

A photo of Carrie Smith-Bell.
Carrie Smith-Bell, OTRL
West Virginia University
Job Title
Instructor
Background and Training
MOT, West Virginia University, 2021; BA, West Virginia University, 1999; BA, West Virginia University, 2020

Carrie Smith-Bell is an occupational therapist who specializes in rehabilitation for individuals with Parkinson Disease, cognitive and physical decline and frailty. She also specializes in attention deficit disorders and evaluates children in our multi-disciplinary clinic in conjunction with our speech and physical therapy pediatric specialists. Ms. Smith-Bell has specialty training in handwriting limitations in both children and adults.