Trevor San Antonio OTD, OTR/L, HTC, PAMS(he/him/his)
Assistant Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy
Trevor San Antonio OTD, OTR/L, HTC, PAMS received his bachelor’s in Health Education at the University of Florida. He then received his master’s and doctoral degrees in occupational therapy at USC. His clinical residency was completed at Keck Medical Center of USC’s Outpatient Hand Therapy Clinic, where he focused on improving adherence to home exercise programs through mobile-based technology, in addition to addressing the mental health concerns of the Asian-American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.
As a clinical faculty member, Dr. San Antonio primarily works with clients who have sustained a hand/upper extremity injury or have a hand/upper extremity-related diagnosis in order for them to improve their quality of life. Trevor has a passion for helping individuals regain the function of their hands so they can return to their most loved occupations. In his free time, Trevor enjoys traveling, art/design, making espresso, watching movies/shows, and spending time with family and friends.
Doctorate of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
2021 | University of Southern California
Master of Arts (MA)
in Occupational Therapy
2020 | University of Southern California
Bachelor of Science (BS)
in Health Education
2017 | University of Florida
Voices Unheard: Addressing the Lack of AAPI Mental Health Providers in America >
USC Chan OTD resident Trevor San Antonio MA ’20, OTD ’21 examines the need for culturally competent care by — and for — Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities.
Trevor San Antonio, in Channel Kindness | May 21, 2021