Tatum Fahs, O.T.R./L., graduated with her bachelor of science degree in applied exercise science in 2015. She then received her master's degree in occupational therapy in 2017 from Bay Path University. During her internships, Tatum dedicated more than 1,000 hours of occupational therapy to a variety of populations. Her interest in restorative skills and retraining skills stems from her previous athletic background and athletic trainer experience. Tatum played soccer and lacrosse as well as coached at a collegiate level. She strives to provide upper extremity rehabilitation services designed to optimize restoration of function and workers’ occupational performance. She strongly believes in advocating for clients and helping them achieve the best possible recovery. Tatum is working toward specializing in hand therapy, as she is a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists.