The challenges of obligatory palmar grasp are significant to learning, coordination and development. That’s why Karen Pryor, PhD, PT, DPT, ND, CH, CFPS, is sharing evaluation techniques and treatments so you can confidently improve your patient’s fine motor skills.”
Karen Pryor, PhD, PT, DPT, ND, CH, CFPS, has a doctorate in physical therapy and has practiced for 40 years in the field.Dr. Pryor is the owner of Health Sphere Wellness Center, an integrative therapy clinic in Nashville, Tennessee.Involved with early intervention in the birth-three population for over 30 years, she has developed neuroplasticity techniques that used in wide variety of settings, including homes, childcare center, and school systems, to advance pediatric therapy programs.Dr. Pryor serves on several boards, including the Leadership Interagency Council for Early Intervention, (2014-2019), a position to which she was appointed by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam.In 2010, she received the President's Volunteer Service Award for her contributions to the advanced treatment of children from President Barack Obama.In addition to her work with children, Dr. Pryor has served as an adjunct professor at the Tennessee State University Occupational Therapy Assistant program.She is a clinical instructor for several universities and colleges.With her years of experience and passion for complete wellness, Dr. Pryor advances a more expansive view of how to integrate therapy throughout the lifespan by using neuroplasticity techniques.
Financial: Dr. Karen Pryor has employment relationships with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Daymar Physical Therapy Assistant School, Tennessee State University, and Volunteer State Community College. She is the owner of Health Sphere Wellness Center and is a field examiner for PDMS-3. Dr. Pryor receives a speaking honorarium and recording royalties from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Dr. Karen Pryor is an advisor to Knowles Home Assisted Living and the Maoris Foundation. She is the President of Caring Health Foundation.