OUR THERAPISTS


Cary Eschenbach MOT OTR/L
Cary completed his bachelors degree in Liberal Arts at Ball State University in 2003. He went on to earn his Masters degree in Occupational Therapy at the University of Indianapolis in 2011.  Between this time he worked at a fitness center assisting athletes to balance nutrition and resistance training.   Cary enjoys the personalized experience and challenge that hand rehabilitation provides.  When not at work he enjoys running, weight training, watching movies, and traveling with his wife.  He can also be found absorbed in a good book or playing the drums. 




 

Nicole Lange COTA/L
Nicole graduated from Pima Medical Institute in 2015 with an Associates Degree in Occupational Sciences. Nicole has always had a passion for Occupational Therapy, in particular the challenges and complexities that come with rehabilitation of the hand and upper extremity. She also enjoys the opportunity to work closely with her patients and build relationships with them. Nicole joined Hand Therapy NW in 2016. On her spare time, she enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time outdoors. She also enjoys a good book or movie.





















Jocelyn Davis MA OTR/L CHT
Jocelyn graduated from UCLA and received a Bachelors of Science degree in kinesiology in 1988.  She completed her graduate studies at the University of Southern California earning a Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy in 1992.  She began working at Hand Therapy Northwest in 1999.  Jocelyn currently lives in Redmond with her husband and two children.  Besides spending time with her family, she loves gardening and walking on  the beach in her spare time.








Nina Handojo MS OTR/L 
Before heading to graduate school, Nina spent time in her hometown of Indianapolis volunteering in hand therapy where she discovered her passion for rehabilitation of the hand and upper extremity. She went on to earn her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from University of Puget Sound in 2016. She particularly enjoys helping her clients regain function in their hands and upper extremities so they can return to the activities that are meaningful to them. In her spare time she enjoys running, yoga, baking, going to concerts, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.