Kevin is originally from Southern California but grew up in Canon City, Colorado. He joined the US Army after high school where he served until 1993. Afterward, he returned to Colorado where he graduated from Colorado State University.
Kevin immediately found his passion for the rehabilitation of upper extremities and soon after, he earned the designation to be recognized as a certified hand therapist (CHT). He is also a certified ergonomic assessment specialist and has performed ergonomic analysis within many facets of governmental and private business. Kevin has been an active educator at Colorado State University and has regularly been a guest lecturer in the anatomy department as well as the occupational therapy program. Throughout the years Kevin has acquired extensive experience and expertise in upper extremity rehabilitation and performing musculoskeletal evaluations for a wide variety of diagnoses. He has a vast experience with post operative management of upper extremity conditions, splint fabrication, and traumatic as well as repetitive injuries. He has been an active member of the American Society of hand therapists since 2001.
Kevin and his family enjoy being in the great outdoors of Colorado…especially hiking, biking, and camping. He enjoys all sports, but has coached youth baseball for nearly 10 years.