Ingrid Weddig, COTA, has been working in hand therapy since 2000. She treats a variety of upper extremity conditions including fractures, tendonitis, nerve compressions and scars that are impeding function. In 2010, she started a Mastectomy Program that involves assisting breast cancer patients in making a full recovery. The focus is on manual therapy along with arm and shoulder range of motion, endurance and eventually strength. It has been a real joy for her to be able to continue her work in hand therapy and while also beginning the Mastectomy Program. Ingrid enjoys enjoys spending time with her kids, new adventures, teaching COTA students,traveling, and many forms of fitness.
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Occupational Therapist Assistant, Anoka Hennepin Technical College (2000)
Minnesota Occupational Therapy Association (MOTA)
National Board of Certification of Occupational Therapy (NBCOT)