Dr. Katlin Couchman was born and raised in small-town Columbia City, Indiana. After high school, she attended Huntington University where she first earned her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and later completed her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy. Clinically, Katlin’s interests revolve around the rehabilitation of upper extremity deficits and diagnoses such as lateral/medial epicondylitis, trigger finger, digital amputations and fractures, etc. Dr. Couchman is also passionate about ergonomics and its impact on upper extremity deficits. Outside of the office, Katlin can often be found out and about exploring Fort Wayne restaurants and trails with her husband, James. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, walking her two pups, and volunteering at her church.