Brandon Hill, OTR/L
- Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Newman University 2013
- Master of Occupational Therapy from Texas Woman’s University 2016
Brandon’s specialties lie within upper extremity rehabilitation, neuro-developmental disorders of the upper extremity, splinting, burns, cerebral vascular accidents, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, carpal tunnel, upper extremity nerve injuries, tendonitis, and rotator cuff repairs.
Brandon is married with 4 adult children. He enjoys water and outdoor activities, such as skiing and hiking. Brandon has lived in Kansas his entire life, but enjoys tropical vacations when possible.
Brandon suffered from West Nile virus in 2003, that left him paralyzed in both arms for approximately 9 months. After his recovery, he dedicated himself to becoming an OT due to his personal life changing experience with Occupational Therapy. He looks forward to helping his patients gain function to their maximum potential.