Surgeon vs. Therapist: Approaches to Thumb Injuries

Healthcare11/26/2023 6:00 PM

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This webinar is for users with a Zoom account. New to Zoom? Sign up free. Dr. Rodney French: Dr. French is a graduate of UBC Faculty of Medicine (1996) and completed his residency in Plastic Surgery at Dalhousie University (2002). He completed a Masters degree in Surgical Education at Mount Saint Vincent University and Dalhousie University (2003). He completed a one year fellowship in Hand, Wrist and Microsurgery at Harvard University (2004). He has a Diploma in Sports Medicine (2017) from the Canadian Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM). In 2021 he completed a Masters Certificate at Harvard in Medicine And The Media. Jean-François Ouellet Jean-François graduated from McGill University with a B Sc. (O.T.) in 2003 and holds a current registration to practice in the province of Quebec as an Occupational Therapist (OEQ member). He has been working in private practices since 2003 exclusively treating elbow, wrist and hand injuries. He has been a Certified Hand Therapist since 2009. He was coordinator of the Montreal Hand Interest Group for 8 years. He worked as an assistant-teacher for orthotic labs at McGill University from 2009 to 2014. He has been an invited speaker at numerous Quebec Hand Surgery Conferences (ASCPEQ) as well as for the Canadian Society of Hand Therapists (CSHT). Jean-François has been mentoring other therapists and has a passion for sharing his knowledge. He regularly teaches wrist and hand examination courses to GPs through GMFs. He also works with professional athletes from various fields and associations (NHL, MLS, UFC, CFL, olympians, performing artists, QMJLH,...). He has joined Kinatex Brossard in 2023. He serves as President for the Canadian Society of Hand Therapist.


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Canadian Society of Hand Therapists

Canadian Society of Hand Therapists

We are a group of occupational and physical therapists with a special interest in the rehabilitation of the upper extremity. We are dedicated to the enhancement of upper extremity rehabilitation within Canada through the promotion of quality of care, education, and information sharing.