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 metro area in 1986, where she experienced working in several health care settings before opening her own practice in 2004. For over 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 of 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
Kellie Lloyd BabcockOTR/L
Kellie has been an OT since 2005 after graduating from Boston University. She worked in pediatrics
for 15 years. Kellie was fortunate to work at two great hospitals, Denver Children’s Hospital and Texas
Children’s Hospital working both in inpatient and outpatient settings assisting children with a variety of
disabilities and helping them learn to move their body more effectively and engage in meaningful
activities. Her journey in pediatrics most recently led her to working with children with cerebral palsy,
hemiplegia, and brachial plexus injuries; assisting them through constraint induced movement therapy.
Along with her desire to never stop learning, this helped ignite Kellie’s second very profound passion in
orthopedics. As a lifelong athlete she has always been amazed and passionate about the complexity of how our body works and heals.
She was thrilled to join the Hand-to-Hand therapy clinic team in January 2021. “I am passionate
about anatomy and body mechanics; I love the artistic side of splinting and am humbled daily by the
opportunity I am given to learn the story of so many incredible patients.”
``Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.`` -Anthony J. D'Angelo
Megan LightfootOffice Manager
Megan joined the clinic as office manager in the fall of 2018. She studied the Fine Arts, as well as Business Administration at CSU in Fort Collins, CO. After graduating in 2014, Megan assisted in running and managing a local flower shop for 3 years where she was able to fine tune her customer service and management skills. She loves connecting with our patients and watching them succeed in their goals with our Therapists. When you call Hand to Hand Therapy, she will happily assist you in scheduling your appointments and will always greet you with a smile!
Native to Colorado, Megan enjoys all the outdoor activities it has to offer such as snowboarding, hiking, and camping. Outside of work she is typically growing flowers in her garden, or spending time with her husband and dog.