(541) 683-0878
743 Country Club Road, Eugene, OR 97401

The Hand Therapy Clinic, LLC

Casey Rossberg, OT/L, MS, CHT

Ginny Saunders, OT/L, MA, CHT

Casey Rossberg, OT/L, MS, CHT

Specialties: Occupational Therapy, Hand Occupational Therapy

In May 2009, Casey Rossberg completed her undergraduate degree in Health Sciences at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. To further her education, in December 2010, Casey completed the accelerated Occupational Therapy Master’s Degree program, also through James Madison University.

After completing her master’s course work, Casey began her career as a licensed occupational therapist at the National Rehabilitation Hospital at Washington Hospital Center, and then advancing to a more senior therapist position in 2014 at Georgetown University Hospital.

In December 2018, driven by the desire to focus on Hand Therapy, Casey entered into the rigorous Hand Therapy Fellowship offered through the Michigan Medicine Residency Program in Ann Arbor. Casey then successfully passed the Hand Therapy Certification Exam in November 2018. Casey Rossberg has the distinction of being the first therapist in the fellowship’s history to pass the exam on the first try while still in the program.

Casey comes to Eugene to fully enjoy all the natural beauty and opportunities Eugene has. An avid soccer player, Casey is looking forward to joining some local leagues as soon as possible.

Ginny Saunders, OT/L, MA, CHT

Ginny Saunders, CHT is an occupational therapist in Eugene, OR. She specializes in occupational therapy and hand occupational therapy.

A Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) is an occupational or physical therapist who has a minimum of five years of clinical experience, including 2,000 hours or more in direct practice of hand therapy. In addition, the CHT must successfully pass a comprehensive test of advanced clinical skills and theory in upper extremity rehabilitation. A CHT is part of an exceptional group of therapists who have demonstrated their professional commitment to excellence.

People value the use of their hands.
Any loss of function, whether congenital or through injury or accident, can devastate lives. a CHT offers the assurance that the highest level of competency will be used in diagnosing, evaluating, treating and rehabilitating hand problems or dysfunctions.