More about Kerri Newman-Darrow
Kerri evaluates and treats orthopedic injuries in the hand and upper extremity with a focus on getting her clients back to their most meaningful life and occupations. She brings a plethora of experiences to help heal her clients holistically. Having practiced OT and hand therapy in a variety of settings from acute care to outpatient rehab, she approaches healing by meeting her clients where they are. Whether through preventative care, adaptive techniques, custom orthotic intervention, pre/post-op care, or manual therapy, she believes knowledge is power and equips her clients with knowledge to help heal themselves.
Kerri holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Mississippi and completed her Master of Occupational Therapy at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in 2009.
- 2009: Master of Occupational Therapy, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
- 2006: Bachelor of Arts in Biology, University of Mississippi
Kerri is a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT). Additionally, she studied Yoga Medicine to become a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200). Her Yoga practice has taught her how to incorporate body awareness into upper extremity healing.
Kerri graduated summa cum laude in Biology at the University of Mississippi and earned her Master's in Occupational Therapy from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. She is a Certified Hand Therapist since 2014 and has studied yoga, meditation, and fascial counterstrain.
At heart, Kerri is an adventurer who can often be found climbing mountains, trail running, traveling, or at live music with her husband, son, and rescue dog. She and her therapy dog, Chloe, cultivate joy and relaxation as volunteers around the community. In college, she lived on a remote island off the coast of Belize to study marine biology.