Anne-Ashley Field, MOTR/L
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Anne-Ashley Field, OTR/L, is an occupational therapist at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She provides outpatient-based therapy services, interdisciplinary specialty clinic consultations/evaluations, and inpatient acute care/rehabilitation services. Her specialty areas of practice include: internationally adopted children, connective tissue disorders, facial motion disorders, amplified pain syndrome, and genetically based neurological disorders.
Registered/Licensed Occupational Therapist (OTR/L)
BA in Psychology - University of Delaware, Newark, DE
MS in Occupational Therapy - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Certified Provider of Physical Agent Modalities (CPAM)
Occupational Therapist II
Konieczny, T., Mazzaferro, D., Field, A. Mitigating Oral Opening Challenges Following Lengthening Temporalis Myoplasty [abstract]. In: 13th International Facial Nerve Symposium. 2017. Los Angeles, Ca.
Field, A., Levy, T., Humpl, D., Doubet, H., Atkinson, H. (2019, April). Intense Bimanual Therapy in Childhood Hemiparesis: Translating Research Into Practice & Parent Reported Outcomes. Poster Session Presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Field A. One Child Many Hands, Conference for Professionals Working within the Child Welfare System. April 2017. “Medical Needs of Children in Foster Care.”
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