Tjuana Richardson was born and raised in Florida. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree from Florida A&M in Occupational Therapy in 1995. She is an Associate Member of the Texas Society of Hand Therapy Association.
Tjuana has worked in an outpatient / sports medicine and rehabilitation setting for a collective 16.5 years treating mostly hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder injured. She also has experience in in-patient rehab, acute care, home health therapy settings; treating patients with a variety of diagnosis.
Tjuana helped establish the Outpatient Occupational Therapy program at Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital. In 2001 and later was nominated for Employee of the Quarter. Tjuana is a motivator and is passionate about helping patients reach their desired goals. She knows that an injury doesn’t just affect a particular limb of the body, but may limit a person’s independence at home, work, and disturb their psyche and lifestyle.
With careful assessment, patient education, development, and implementation of individualized treatment programs, customized orthosis, she has helped her patients journey back to functionality and peak performance. During her off time Tjuana enjoys her family time and her kids sporting events, traveling, exercising in and outside the gym, and runs a book club.