Tamicah Gelting, MS, OTR

  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Programs in Occupational Therapy Science, Technology & Rehabilitation


MS Occupational Therapy University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2009
BS Occupational Therapy University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2008

Interests & Expertise

Tamicah Gelting has worked as an occupational therapist for 7 years in a variety of settings, including home health, sub-acute rehabilitation, outpatient therapy, and acute care. She has primarily worked with stroke survivors both in the clinic, and in research settings.

Gelting has been teaching in the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences & Technology since spring, 2015, focusing on preparing undergraduate students both for further study in graduate school and real-world application of their knowledge and skills in the diverse and dynamic field of health care.

In addition, Gelting completed her master’s thesis in the area of birth to three screening practices. She has a strong interest in occupational therapy community involvement.

Selected Publications

Pizur-Barnekow, K. A., Erickson, S., Johnston, M. V., Bass, T. N., Lucinski, L., & Bleuel, D. (2010). Early identification of developmental delays through surveillance, screening and diagnostic evaluation. Infants and Young Children, 23, 323-329.


Cleland, B., Gelting, T. N., Arand, B., Struhar, J., & Schindler-Ivens, S. (2016). Split-crank pedaling reveals residual lower limb motor capacity after stroke. Society for Neuroscience National Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Professional Memberships

  • American Occupational Therapy Association