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Occupational/lymphadema therapist joins local hospital staff


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Therapy • Sheleene Charf, OTR/L, CLT, assists Tim McCarthy at the Antelope Memorial Hospital occupational therapy department where he receives assistance after fracturing his ankle. OT helps individuals of all ages to develop, recover and improve the skills they need for daily living and working, such as cooking for themselves. Charf also offers specialized services in lymphedema therapy.


This winter, Sheleene Charf, OTR/L, CLT, certified lymphedema therapist, began providing contracted occupational therapy services at Antelope Memorial Hospital. She joins Dorian Morrison, MS, OTR/L, Amy Scott, OTD, OTR/L, and Sydney Schlenger, certified OT assistant, of MSM Enterprises. Her services include helping individuals achieve independence in all areas of their lives by restoring function and/or helping them to compensate for impairments or deficits.

"I became an occupational therapist because I love helping people," said Charf. "Being an OT brings so many re...

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