Kaylee Munch, MOT, OTR/L

Instructor, OT Programs


St. Augustine, FL


College of Rehabilitative Sciences


Hand Therapy


Master of Occupational Therapy, University of Pittsburgh
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Dayton

Research Interests

UE Rehabilitation
Hand Therapy

Kaylee Munch earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Biology from the University of Dayton. She later attended the University of Pittsburgh where she obtained her Master of Occupational Therapy.

She has experience in nursing facilities, outpatient rehabilitation and home health. Her primary practice area has been outpatient hands, focusing on orthotic fabrication and upper extremity (UE) rehabilitation with a focus on working with private pay, federal pay and worker’s compensation injuries.

In Pittsburgh, she worked for a randomized controlled trial collecting data for research-funded projects by the National Institute of Health. Her areas of interest include musculoskeletal and neurological conditions for UE rehabilitation. On an interprofessional level, she has presented continuing education workshops for physical therapists and occupational therapists on optimal UE rehabilitation and outcomes for Distal Radius Fracture and open reduction and internal fixation in addition to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. For occupational therapy month, she was a guest on a podcast promoting community awareness and understanding of occupational therapy.