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Bel Air South Professional Center

2012 South Tollgate Road, Suite 100

Bel Air, MD 21015

Ramon A. DeJesus, M.D., FACS

Mathew A. Thomas, M.D.

Eric Davies, PA-C

Rachel Pigott, OT, CHT

Stefanie Stevenson, OT, CHT

Affiliated with:

University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health

University of Maryland

Johns Hopkins University

Office Hours:

M-F  8:00am - 4:00 pm

Stefanie Stevenson

MS OT/L CHT

Stefanie Stevenson, MS OT/L CHT – Stefanie is a licensed occupational therapist and certified hand therapist who earned a Bachelor of Science 

degree in Occupational Therapy from Towson State University in 1992,  and a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Towson University in 1998. Over the course of her 20+ year career, she has practiced occupational therapy in a wide variety of treatment settings, including acute care hospitals, rehabilitation centers, school systems, vocational rehabilitation, occupational health centers, and outpatient rehabilitation centers. Stefanie is a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists and is certified in the specialty of hand therapy by the Hand Therapy Certification Commission.

“After undergoing rehab for several sports-related injuries as a child/teenager, I decided early in high school that I wanted to be a therapist. I chose occupational therapy because I was intrigued by the endless possibilities for helping people return to functional independence. One of my favorite aspects of being a therapist is the opportunity to be creative in helping patients meet their functional goals through adapting the task, tools, and/or environment. Hand therapy has always been my favorite specialty area because the hand is such an important part of human function, and I enjoy seeing patients become an active participant in his/her recovery. It is so rewarding to follow patients’ progression through the treatment process and to see their return to normal daily activities."