Nearly 5 Decades of Clinical Experiences At All Lifespan Stages

Over 4 Decades of Teaching Experiences

Over 150 publications in research and trade journals, as well as patents, trademarks, and one FDA approval. 

Dozens of awards for mentoring, teaching, and research

Emily Morgan, MS, OTRL, CSRS, CBIS, LSVT BIG and PWR! Certified, RPSFC in NDT  

I've been practicing in outpatient neurological settings for 15 years, and currently serve as clinical manager and lead occupational therapist at a neurological and specialty outpatient rehabilitation center in Michigan. I am a strong advocate of evidenced-based practice, knowledge translation, and research. Currently, I serve as a Community Partner with The University of Michigan's OTD program and am on the advisory board. I also guest lecture, assist, and participate in research projects in collegiate programs.

Three "fun facts" about me:

  • When I'm alone in my car, I am either listening to audiobooks or dictating random ideas into a voice recorder. 

  • I am a triathlete and a distance runner in half-marathons. 

  • I’ve done missions and study-abroad trips in Mexico, Africa and South America, and I love to travel.


Steve Page, OT/L, PhD, MS, MOT

My goal is to improve care and care delivery for people with neurological deficits. In pursuit of this goal, I have developed and tested many therapy approaches, and I'm proud to say that a number of them are now used internationally, such as modified constraint-induced therapy, and mental practice. I have published over 130 peer reviewed papers on this work.

I'm also passionate about communicating the most effective assessment and treatment methods to busy clinicians. Since 2005, I have developed and presented lectures, "lunch and learns," seminars, and webinars to over 15,000 clinicians worldwide. I also run a company called "Prickly Quill Writing Company," which assists busy clinicians and scientists with writing scientific abstracts, grant proposals, manuscripts, consumer articles, and graphics, so that they can get the word out about their work. 

I also "live my mission" by treating patients with neurological impairments. I learn a lot from the patients and families that I serve, which only further informs my writing and lecturing.

You can check out my personal website here.

I also developed a certification for therapists interested in the neurologic upper extremity, which you can visit here. 

Finally, you can learn more about the Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist course that I co-developed with two awesome clinician-educators here.

Three "fun facts" about me:

  • I am smitten with my family, including my two Beagle-dors.

  • At different times, I've seriously considered and/or pursued careers as a marine archaeologist, priest, musician, and college swimming coach (most of them are still on my radar, actually).

  • I don't like being cold or cold weather (unless it's snowing).

Lauren Souders, MOT, OTR/L, CSRS, CBIS

I'm an occupational therapist who specializes in neurological rehabilitation, and one of the first pioneering occupational therapists in the field of brain-computer interfaces and neuroprosthetics. I have served in a variety of roles, including neurological rehabilitation in day treatment, outpatient rehabilitation center in St. Louis, MO, a clinical specialist for the Department of Neurology at Washington University's School of Medicine, and a clinical lead for a variety of rehabilitation companies to develop evidence-based, neurological clinical protocols for their patient populations.  Currently, I work for a company - Neurolutions, which is creating Brain-Computer-Interface (BCI) technology in the stroke rehabilitation space, founder of Advanced Neuro-Rehabilitation, and, of course, I am one of the founders of NeuroVlog.


When I'm not working, I spend my time traveling and enjoying good company with friends and family. Some of my favorite travel locations are Whitefish, Montana, Santa Cruz, California, and any warm Caribbean Island.


My husband, Steve, and I have three, very-active, children (Chris, Ian, and Nora) and three dogs (Labradors Moose and Watson; and a crazy pug named Gus).

Three "fun facts" about me:

  • My first Black Lab, Zabby, was a tri-pawd (three-legged). I fabricated a custom stifle orthosis for her with my O&P colleagues to have functional mobility on her remaining hind leg!

  • I am a third-generation Bermudian.

  • I owned a Leopard Gecko, who lived for 22 years!

...and additional "mystery" team members, coming soon!

Guest NeuroVlogger's

Occasionally, we'll have experts from other teams, sites, and/or fields share their expertise with our audiences. 

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Elizabeth Foss, OTR/L, LSVT BIG, Otaga, Stroke Rehabilitation, Tai-Chi, Functional Aging Specalist, Older Adult Exercise Consultant




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