Danielle R. Petrozelle MS, OTR/L, BCP, CKTP, CEIM

Danielle is pediatric occupational therapist with 15 years of clinical experience. She is currently employed at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital Rehabilitation as a satellite manager.  Ms. Petrozelle is Board Certified in Pediatrics through the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).  She is also a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner and Certified Educator of Infant Massage.  Ms. Petrozelle uses these certifications to provide holistic treatment, using adjunct modalities to improve general and feeding development. Ms. Petrozelle previously worked on a Multidisciplinary Feeding Team and in the Level II NICU. She is currently the Co-Coordinator for the Pediatric Special Interest Section of Ohio’s Occupational Therapy Association.  In this role, she serves to advocate for feeding education (among other topics) to practitioners in the state of Ohio.  Ms. Petrozelle has experience providing education to families, students and medical professionals at state and national venues. Notable lecture titles have included, “Positioning and Adaptive Equipment for the Hypertonic Feeder (2018), Feeding Intervention: Groups, Peers and Sibling Involvement (2017), OT Lunchbox: Tools and Techniques for Treatment and Evaluation (2021), and Feeding in the Virtual Paradigm and Generalization of Skills to Home (2021). In 2020, Ms. Petrozelle co-authored “Sibling Supported Feeding Intervention,” which was published in OT Practice. Ms. Petrozelle is also Feeding Matters’ AOTA PD Consultant.