specialized occupational therapyfor all ages

Charleston OT offers specialized occupational therapy services to pediatric and adult clients in Charleston, SC.

Charleston OT is the only provider in the Low Country for Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration techniques (MNRI) and Craniosacral Fascial Therapy (CFT- Gillespie Approach). Other specialties include Myofascial Therapy and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. By combining these techniques with traditional occupational therapy techniques, Charleston OT is able to provide the highest level of care to each client.

Charleston OT provides services both in clinic (pediatric and adult) and in the natural environment (pediatric).

Think you or your child might benefit from the unique services offered at Charleston OT? Call us today for a free 15 minutes screening to find out!

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Nicole's
Favorites

Favorite Restaurant:
Edmunds Oast

Favorite Local Beach:
Folly Beach

Favorite Sports Team:
New England Patriots

Nicole Sawyer Ramsey

MOT, OTR/LOwner

Nicole graduated from Quinnipiac University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy in 2011.

After years of bouncing around jobs in virtually every rehab setting imaginable, Nicole started to wonder if she really could be an occupational therapist for the rest of her life. In 2016, while working for a pediatric practice, Nicole noticed the movement patterns she was seeing in some of the kids were very similar to patterns she had seen when working with adult neurological populations. After doing some research, she realized the movement patterns were being caused by retained primitive reflexes. Nicole took her first MNRI course for Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration so she could help get these kids out of these dysfunctional patterns. In feeling the profound benefits for her own body, she fell in love with manual therapies and set out to learn as much as she could about our bodies and how they move. 

While Nicole loved the new techniques she was doing and saw huge improvements in her clients, she felt stifled by the constraints of the high productivity expectations and micromanagement that come with working for someone else.  Nicole decided to start Charleston OT LLC in 2016, so she could provide a higher level of specialization to all of her clients.

Charleston OT has expanded since 2016, however, Nicole remains committed to providing each client in the practice with the best possible clinical care.  She has carefully chosen a highly qualified team of therapists who are also dedicated to doing just that. Every employee in the practice also has specialized training in either MNRI, CFT, or infant massage in addition to their OT education.

When not working, Nicole can be found hanging out with her husband, Dan; her son, Wolf; and her stepdaughters, Lauren Bray and Mary Wells.

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Christy's
Favorites

Favorite Restaurant:
Edmunds Oast

Favorite Local Beach:
Folly Beach

Favorite Sports Team:
Charleston Riverdogs

Christy Myjak

MOT, OTR/LLead Occupational Therapist

Christy is from Cheshire, Connecticut. She earned her Bachelor’s of Health Science at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, continuing on at QU to receive her Master’s of Occupational Therapy. While attending Quinnipiac University, Christy gained experience in school based settings, pediatric sensory clinics, and subacute rehabilitation facilities. Christy completed her Level II Fieldwork with Charleston OT in 2018, and loved it so much she became Charleston OT’s first employee after her graduation!

Christy currently provides treatments in both the clinic setting as well as natural environments, including homes and daycares. She treats patients with a variety of diagnoses, including but not limited to, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, developmental delay, Multiple Sclerosis, and orthopedic injuries. In her free time, Christy enjoys going to local restaurants in Charleston, cooking, and swimming or walking on Folly Beach.

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Lindsay's
Favorites

Favorite Restaurant:
Mustard Seed

Favorite Local Beach:
Isle of Palms

Favorite Sports Team:
Clemson Tigers, GO TIGERS!!

Lindsay Baldwin

COTA/L

Lindsay is from Clemson, South Carolina. She received a bachelor’s degree in recreational therapy from Clemson University. After working in the RT field, she found her passion for working with children with developmental delays and disabilities and decided to return to Trident Technical College for an Associate’s degree to become a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA).  

While attending CU, Lindsay gained experience volunteering at camps designed for children with different disabilities, such as Camp Rise Above located here in Charleston, SC. She also gained experience in nursing home facilities, school-based settings, and outpatient/inpatient hospital settings during OTA school. Lindsay is devoted to helping children with developmental delays and disabilities overcome their social, mental, and physical boundaries within their home and/or daycare. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys exploring Charleston with her dog, Levi, visiting local breweries, and going to the beach.

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Whitney's
Favorites

Favorite Restaurant:
Poe's Tavern

Favorite Local Beach:
Sullivan's Island

Favorite Sports Team:
Carolina Panthers

Meghan Laing

MOT, OTR/L

Meghan is from Charlotte, North Carolina.  She earned her Associate’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from the Cabarrus College of Health Sciences and graduated as an Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) in 2015. She worked as an OTA while completing a bridge program to earn her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy at Belmont University in Nashville, TN in 2018. While attending Belmont and working as an OTA, Meghan gained experience in pediatric home health, pediatric outpatient, adult acute care, and inpatient rehabilitation. Meghan is also a certified infant massage instructor and is specialized in infant development. Meghan currently provides treatments in both the clinic setting as well as natural environments, including homes and daycares. She treats patients with a variety of diagnoses, including but not limited to, Spina Bifida, Di George Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, and developmental delay. In her free time, Meghan enjoys spending time with her husband and 1 year old daughter, eating out at local Charleston restaurants, and going to the beach.

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Lauren's
Favorites

Favorite Restaurant:
Saltwater Cowboys

Favorite Local Beach:
Isle of Palms

Favorite Sports Team:
New Jersey Devils

Lauren Flint

OTR/L

Lauren is originally from Cambridge, England and moved to New Jersey when she was 10 years old. She went to the College of Charleston for her Bachelor of Exercise Science, and Gannon University for her Master in Science for Occupational Therapy. While at Gannon University, Lauren was an active student in the pediatric pro bono clinic, community volunteer opportunities, and the honors society. She gained experience in acute care, pediatric outpatient services, skilled nursing facilities, and home health. Here at Charleston OT Lauren provides services to pediatric patients in the clinic and in the child’s home or daycare. Lauren treats and has experience with diagnoses such as developmental delay, Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, visual motor delays, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Lauren enjoys spending her free time at the beach, walking her dog, and exploring downtown Charleston.

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Kathryn's
Favorites

Favorite Restaurant:
Basic Kitchen

Favorite Local Beach:
Folly Beach

Favorite Sports Team:
Ohio State Buckeyes

Kathryn (Katey) Belcastro

OTR/L

Katey is from upstate New York. She completed two bachelor degrees at SUNY Albany before continuing on to earn her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from Bay Path University in Massachusetts. Katey has a diverse history working in pediatrics both prior to becoming an OT and ever since. Specifically, she has worked as a school-based OT, with visually impaired youth, as a care provider for families of varying needs. Additionally she has had experience in pediatric sensory based clinics, early intervention, and a day program for young adults. She provides services in the natural environment, including homes and daycares. In her free time Katey enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to the beach, staying active, and cooking.  

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Taylor's
Favorites

Favorite Restaurant:
Page’s Okra Grill

Favorite Local Beach:
Isle of Palms

Favorite Sports Team:
Ohio State University

Taylor Cira

OTR/L

Taylor is from Alpharetta, GA. She earned her Bachelor of Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology at Georgia Southern University. She then went on to receive her Master of Health Science in Occupational Therapy from Augusta University. While at Augusta University, Taylor had the opportunity to increase her skill set at outpatient pediatric clinics, swingbed/acute hospitals, and school based settings. Taylor has worked with both pediatric and adult clients with a variety of diagnosis, but her passion lies with the pediatric population. Taylor will provide occupational therapy services to our pediatric population within their homes and daycares. When not at work, Taylor loves to go to the beach, play with her dog and eat lots of queso.

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Taylor's
Favorites

Favorite Restaurant:
Lola’s

Favorite Local Beach:
Sullivan’s Island

Favorite Sports Team:
USC Gamecocks

Lauren Quick

COTA/L

Lauren is from Columbia, SC. She earned her Associates Degree from South University and became a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) in 2019.

While in Columbia, SC she gained experience working with children while teaching dance including, ballet, tap, jazz and contemporary. Following her passion of movement and children, Lauren became a Certified Yoga Instructor through Kidding Around Yoga to incorporate into her therapy sessions. Lauren is devoted to children with developmental delays and other diagnosis to help them overcome sensory, physical, social, and mental boundaries within their residential and/or clinic settings.

Lauren enjoys exploring Charleston, spending time at the beach and outdoors at State and National Parks and time with her dogs, significant other and bonus son, Oscar.

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