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Shooting Star

Occupational Therapy for Feeding 
& Swallowing

Accepting new patients to a waitlist.

We currently are accepting multiple insurances and out of pocket payments.  Call 734-259-8074 with any questions. 

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Stacy Panetta, OTR, CLC

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Stacy has over 16 years of experience working with pediatric patients of all ages, from preterm infants to adolescents. She has spent the last 10 years focusing on her love of feeding and swallowing.  Stacy is a certified Lactation Counselor as well as certified in VitalStim therapy.  Her favorite part of her job is the unique role that she gets to play within her patients' and their families lives, to decrease the stress of mealtimes. 

When she is not working, she enjoys adventures with her 13 year old twins, traveling, photography and spending time with family and friends. 


Parents Recommend


“Samantha is breastfeeding 100% of the time for the last 2 weeks! I couldn't have done it without you! We miss you so much.”


“I just keep thinking about how lucky we are to have had you in our daughters care, without you we wouldn't be where we are right now with her eating/Palliative care being on our team.  We would be lost and in a horrible downward spiral with all the feeding issues/GI issues, etc.  I wish I could properly express how amazing and how much we appreciate you for all you have done.”


"If you are looking for an AMAZING Occupational Therapist, this is your person. She has worked wonders with Makai. I can't say enough about him looking forward to our appointments and how it has improved his life! We went from honey thick liquids to actually drinking thin fluids. He has also been so much healthier."


"Stacy was fantastic with our son, and he would wait at the door in the waiting room for Stacy to come and get him.  She did an awesome job explaining everything.  I was encouraged to be a part of his treatment while at therapy, but also to work with him at home."

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