Kate DeMass, MOT Occupational Therapist


Masters of Occupational Therapy with a Specialty in Hand Therapy, University of Florida 2010. Bachelor’s in Health Sciences, University of Florida 2009

Board Certifications

National Board of Certified Occupational therapists


Kate has been a member of OPTI since November 2023 after having spent a year working as a travel occupational therapist and enjoying some domestic and international travel. She lived and worked as an OT in Florida for 12 years working in a variety of settings including acute, inpatient rehabilitation, work conditioning, and her passion of orthopedic hand therapy. She has spent 5 years in the “hand therapy world” treating a variety of injuries including traumatic fractures, tendon repairs, and repetitive use injuries. She enjoys the complexity of hand and wrist injuries. She appreciates the importance of regaining daily function as well as returning to the demands of work, hobbies and sports.   

In her free time she enjoys spending time outdoors with her goldendoodle Benny, exploring and learning about the Pacific NW, eating good food, and traveling to new parts of the world.

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