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Jill Yanick OTR/L, CHT


“It takes no more time to see the good side of life than to see the bad.”

Jimmy Buffett

Jill is a distinguished occupational therapist, holding a Bachelor’s in Occupational Therapy from Towson University, where she immersed herself in the intricacies of hand therapy during her clinical rotation at the esteemed Curtis Hand Center in Baltimore. Complementing her clinical expertise, Jill pursued a Master’s in Health Care Administration from the University of Maryland, rounding out her educational background.

With an impressive 13-year career, Jill’s commitment to excellence is evident through her continuous pursuit of knowledge. She has undertaken extensive continuing education in specialized areas such as advanced splinting, wound care, lymphedema management, tendon injuries, complicated fracture management, multi-trauma injuries, and dry needling. Her dedication to staying at the forefront of her field has led her to present at the prestigious Philadelphia Hand Conference and be featured in the Maryland Independent.

Jill is known for providing the highest quality of care to patients recovering from hand and upper extremity injuries. Her approach combines a kind and motivating personality with a steadfast commitment to achieving positive clinical outcomes for all her patients. She firmly believes in the power of a successful team approach, collaborating seamlessly with fellow therapists, support staff, and physicians to ensure the best possible outcomes for her patients.

Outside of her professional pursuits, Jill finds joy in playing tennis, exploring her culinary talents through cooking, and embarking on travel adventures with her husband and two daughters. Any destination with a beach holds a special place in her heart, reflecting her appreciation for both professional excellence and a well-balanced personal life. Jill’s holistic approach to her career and personal interests showcases a well-rounded individual dedicated to the well-being of her patients and the enrichment of her own life.