Sarah T. DoigFounder / MSOT, OTR/L, CHT
Sarah has a graduate degree in Occupational Therapy from Boston University and an undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences from Mary Washington University. She launched her professional career in the Denver area in 1986, where she worked in several healthcare settings before opening the Hand to Hand Therapy practice in 2004. For more than 12 years she taught upper extremity orthopedics for the University of Colorado Health Science Physical Therapy department. Sarah loves the challenge of problem-solving upper extremity conditions and is very passionate about the practice of hand therapy. She integrates her interest in Yoga and Pilates into her treatment approach to facilitate improved body awareness for upper extremity and hand function. In her free time, you will find her family on the ski slopes of Colorado or the gulf beaches of Alabama.
Memberships: American Occupational Therapy Association, American Society of Hand Therapy, Rocky Mountain Hand Surgery Society, Denver Hand Special Interest Group
Sara CoteMS, OTR/L
Sara joined the Hand to Hand team in 2021 after moving to Colorado from Louisiana. Sara is passionate about hand therapy and the rewards and challenges that come with treating upper extremity conditions. Sara will collaborate with you on your treatment to help you meet your personal rehab goals. Sara completed her B.A. in psychology at Temple University in Philadelphia and her Master's of Science in Occupational Therapy at Salus University.
Sara grew up in Eastern Pennsylvania and loves skiing, backpacking, running, and kayaking, and has recently dipped her toes into the world of rock climbing. She also enjoys reading a good book and spending time with her partner and their cat and dog.
Memberships: American Occupational Therapy Association, American Society of Hand Therapists, American Occupational Therapy Foundation
Claire CoteOTD, OTR/L
Claire received her Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree from Jacksonville University in 2021. While at Jacksonville University, Claire volunteered with Brooks Adaptive Sports Program, where people with any disability could participate in various adaptive sports. While volunteering, she developed a passion for modifying sports and daily activities through splinting, prosthetics, and adaptive equipment to enable everyone to live their lives to the fullest. Claire chose the field of hand therapy so she could pursue her passion of helping people utilize their arms and hands to participate in their interests.
Claire grew up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and moved to Colorado to complete her undergraduate studies at Colorado State University. She enjoys reading, skiing, hiking, painting, cooking, paddle boarding, and swimming.
Memberships: American Occupational Therapy Association, American Society of Hand Therapists