Kasey is an occupational therapist with over 10 years of experience in both in-patient and out-patient neurorehabilitation. His expertise includes patients with various neurological injuries from stroke, brain injury to spinal cord injury, as well as working with adaptive equipment, splinting, and wheelchair assessments. As an occupational therapist at Metrodora Institute, Kasey also specializes in treating patients with low vision (vision impairment that cannot be corrected with glasses, contacts, or surgery) and neurologic vision impairments. He has extensive experience treating patients with a range of vision impairments, such as double vision or visual field loss after a brain injury or stroke, and remediating oculomotor control after a concussion.
Kasey enjoys the challenge of helping individuals with complex medical conditions and multiple diagnoses achieve greater independence and quality of life.
Graduate Certificate of Low Vision, University of Alabama-Birmingham
MOT, University of Puget Sound
BS, Utah State University