Wen-Yau (Jennie) Yen, DPT, CHT, CLT, is a licensed physical therapist, a Certified Hand Therapist, and a Certified Lymphedema Therapist. She is also holds a Titleist Performance Institute Level 1 and a Selective Functional Movement Assessment certification. Her clinical interests include sports related hand and upper extremity injuries.
Jennie received her DPT from New York University in 2004 and her BS in Spanish Language and Literature with a minor in Kinesiology from Pennsylvania State University in 2000. She completed her Hand Therapy Fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery. She served as a member of ASHT Education Division and wrote a quarterly feature for the ASHT Times for six years. She is currently a Nominating Chair Committee member of the APTA’s Hand & Upper Extremity Academy. Jennie also teaches doctoral students at Hunter College, New York University, and Columbia University. She was a faculty member of the Hand Therapy Fellowship and the Orthopedic PT Residency program at HSS. She has presented at national conferences for the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT) on Elbow Posterolateral Rotatory Instability and Ulnar-sided Wrist Pathology. She served as a volunteer medical staff in the Athletes Village at the Rio Olympics. She also participated in The Touching Hands Project and traveled to Honduras with the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, to provide care to adults and children with limited access to healthcare.