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Doctor of Occupational Therapy/licensed, Certified Hand Therapist:
Kimberly Glick, OTD, OTR/L, CHT “Kimber”

Dr. Glick's journey in occupational therapy began in 1993 when she earned her bachelor's degree from Colorado State University. Subsequently, she pursued her post-professional doctorate at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. With a wealth of experience in the field, she cherishes the diverse learning opportunities her career has provided, enabling her to both learn and teach.

In her early career, Dr. Glick specialized in Hand Therapy.  She then embarked on a year-long journey as a traveling therapist, gaining expertise in physical dysfunction and treating various diagnoses. Her career path then led her to specialize in pediatric care. She served at the Muscular Dystrophy Clinic of a local hospital. Later, she returned to outpatient orthopedics, focusing on upper extremity injuries. Dr. Glick's dedication led her to present at the Occupational Therapy Association of California and create a three-day certified course based on practice standards and research, funded by NHTSA & SJSU. She also excelled as an ergonomics presenter and trainer, passing rigorous national exams, including the Certified Hand Therapy national exam which she passed in 2008.

At DASH Therapy, Dr. Glick specializes in serving both the patients with hand injuries and children with disabilities.  She oversees the ever-growing pediatric clinic with her extensive knowledge and expertise.  

Dr. Glick, originally from Colorado, has called the Central Valley home for over two decades. Married with a son, she takes pleasure in California's outdoor activities, particularly in the local mountains and along the central coast. Her commitment to serving her community fills her with pride, and she continues to be grateful for the opportunity to make a difference through her work.

Mary Colette Jewel


Colette graduated from Colorado State University (BSOT) and later Rocky Mountain University with a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy. Colette has over 30 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist. She passed the prestigious CHT (Certified Hand Therapist) exam in 1991. She was the owner of the Visalia Hand Center for 7 years.  After Kaweah Delta purchased the Visalia Hand Center, Colette started and then managed their hand therapy department for 14 years. Colette has extensive knowledge of upper extremity diagnoses and treatment protocols. She has treated thousands of patients and mentored several hand therapists.  She is proficient in ART (active release technique), application of soft tissue mobilization with Graston tools, orthosis fabrication, use of kinesiotape, and neural mobilization treatment strategies. 

Elizabeth Schenkel



In 2007, Elizabeth fell on broken glassware and severed a thumb tendon. The injury changed her life.

  After enduring many months of therapy to restore her hand’s function, Elizabeth decided that she would pursue studies to become a hand therapist herself. She earned her Masters in Occupational Therapy from Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, California, and embarked on her new career as a professional hand therapist in 2014.

  Elizabeth draws on her own traumatic experience, her knowledge of the body, and her skills from various other occupations to give her patients caring, empathetic therapy to improve their health and happiness.


Elizabeth is also an active member of an art studio in Fresno. Her love for sculpting in the three dimensions has furthered her love for and proficiency in her clinical splinting skills.

James Garcia


James is a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA) with experience with pediatrics and hand therapy. James previously worked at Dash Therapy as an occupational therapy aide for 5 years prior to achieving a degree as a  certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA) from Santa Ana College. He graduated from California State University Northridge with a Bachelors in Kinesology. He has passion for his profession and dedication towards returning patients to their prior level of function. 

During his leisure time, James enjoys running obstacle courses, such as the Spartan race. 

Brian Monty


Brian is an occupational therapist with years of experience in working with hands and the geriatric population such as himself. 

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