The Recovery Project, a leading provider of high-intensity physical and occupational therapy, announced today that Marie Miller has joined the team as an occupational therapist at the company’s Livonia clinic. The Recovery Project Co-CEO Polly Swingle, PT, GCS, CEEAA, RYI made the announcement.
Miller will access and provide rehabilitation treatment to The Recovery Project’s clients, helping them return to their highest practicable levels and achieve greater quality of life.
“Marie’s enthusiasm and knowledge of occupational therapy treatment makes her a great addition to our Livonia clinic,” said Swingle. “Her dedication to patients and passion for the work we do will help us continue to provide the outstanding results we are known for.”
Prior to joining The Recovery Project, Miller practiced occupational therapy at HCR ManorCare, providing supervision and direction of patient care while evaluating treatment of clients, developing rehabilitation sessions and documenting using Rehab Optima software. She first got her foot in the door with occupational therapy by serving as an intern at three different facilities, where she conducted pre-drive screening, received equipment training and practiced return-to-work therapy and outpatient neuro-rehabilitation.
In recent years, Miller reestablished and became the chairperson for the Huron Valley Chapter of the Michigan Occupational Therapy Association and has been an active member of the American Occupational Therapy Association since 2010.
Miller earned a Spanish language minor in 2010 from Eastern Michigan University and continued on to earn her Master’s degree in occupational therapy and Bachelor of Science, cum laude, in 2012.