Mary Austin, OT/L

Providing quality, compassionate care for you and your family

Mary Austin, OT/L

Personal Biography:

Mary specializes in occupational therapy, developing an overall plan to help patients achieve a maximum level of independent living. She enjoys working with patients who are experiencing neurological dysfunction including stroke, concussion and traumatic brain injury. She particularly enjoys working with visual dysfunction, recognizing that a human being’s ability to correctly perceive and interact with their environment comes largely from their vision. This includes those persons who have experienced age related vision loss such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, and visual impairments from neurological changes.

Mary was born and raised in Tennessee and attended Tennessee State University. Mary is married, and a mother of four. She enjoys spending time with her family, kayaking, hiking, exercise and learning to sew.

Medical Education and Training:

Bachelor's degree: Tennessee State University



  • Occupational Therapy
    Occupational therapy is an overall plan to help you achieve a maximum level of independent living. It helps you perform your day-to-day activities more comfortably and efficiently. You may need occupational therapy if an illness or injury has disrupted your ability to care for personal needs, or participate in work, school, family and/or community life. Treatment may focus on adaptive strategies or on the use of equipment to help you maintain optimal safety and independence.