Carina V. Epting OTR/L holds a Bachelor of Science of Occupational Therapy from Temple University. She has special interests in hand therapy, custom splinting, wound care, modalities, work conditioning, work hardening, work adaptation, and work space and ergonomic evaluation and adaptation. She is a Clinical Field Work Instructor for Thomas Jefferson, Philadelphia University, Misericordia University and Lehigh Carbon Community College. She is also a Staff Lab Assistant for Clinical Skills Lab at Lehigh Carbon Community College. Carina is an Instructor for Custom Splinting and Fitting Lab: Wrist/ Hand splinting section of Orthotic Fitter Course. She has Advanced Certification in Modalities. She is a member and participant of the Philadelphia Hand Therapy, AOTA, POTA, national and state Occupational Therapy associations. As an Occupational Therapist she specializes in getting people back to all the activities that occupy them during the day, whether that be getting back to work, playing sports or taking care of their families. She loves to see her patients return to all the activities they love to do.