19 July 2017
On Wednesday 19th July we were very privileged to have Professor Tony Pohl share his immense knowledge and teach us the easy way to remember the complex Brachial Plexus and nerves of the upper limb. An inspirational adventure and I’m sure we will all be better at assessing these complex injuries.
Congrats to the North Adelaide Rockets who beat South Adelaide Panthers and being top of the table. Hopefully they can repeat the win this Saturday! Go the Rockets from SA Hand Therapy.
Congratulations James Battersby for your first game back and a brilliant performance beating Norwood after your flexor tendon injury! Clearly back to 100% well done from the team at SA Hand Therapy.
"Over the last 30 years, Suzanne's dedication to the profession has inspired both present and future generations of hand therapists. The level of respect you have achieved both in Australia and internationally should be recognised formally and for this reason, we have nominated you to receive the 2017 AHTA Founders Lecture Award. This award recognises your outstanding contribution to the AHTA and to the practice of hand therapy, the effort and personal sacrifices that you have made over the years to promote and support the profession."
Congratulations to Suzanne from everyone at SA Hand Therapy!
31 March 2017
We are pleased to announce that Michael Janetzki, who has been with SA Hand Therapy for over 10 years has joined as a Director/Owner and Jordan Lefmann who has been with us for 6 years will become a Director/Owner in July 2017. This is an exciting time for SA Hand Therapy and our continuing development as a centre of excellence in our field.
25th March 2017
Suzanne attended Adelaide Crows game opener at Adelaide Oval as guest of Fowler Simmons Radiology and not only saw Crows blast GWS in victory but met the winning Crows girls team! Congrats to Crows girls inaugural premiership!
20th September 2016
Suzanne, Megan Fitzgerald and Professor Peter Brooks from University of Melbourne met with His Excellency the Minister of Health, Royal Govt of Bhutan at The Press Club in Melbourne to discuss Helping Hands in Bhutan and our work with Interplast Aust and New Zealand. It was a wonderful luncheon in on of melbournes premier restaurants.
14th September 2016
Wishing our patient Tracey Pearce (and her husband Adam) big congratulations from the team at SA Hand Therapy! Tracy sustained serious hand injury which was complicated, but had lengthy therapy and care with Jordan and Suzanne. Her recovery allowed her to successfully compete and win gold and bronze medals in the World Karate Championships held in Cape Town, South Africa. Adam also won a silver medal in his individual event. Well done Tracey and Adam!
25th July 2016
SA Hand Therapy will be moving our North Adelaide Clinic to AMA House, 161 Ward Street, North Adelaide. We are located in Suite 6A, Level 1. The clinic is open from 8.45am – 5pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday. If you have any queries our Head Office is open 8am – 5.30pm Monday to Friday. For those requiring disabled access the entry is from 80 Brougham Place with car parking available. There is 2 hour car parking along Ward Street and Brougham Place. Please phone (08) 8267 6886 to make appointments from August 8th, 2016
21st July 2016
SA Hand Therapy is excited to announce the opening of a new satellite clinic at the Gawler Medical Clinic. Alex Smallman (Occupational Therapist) will be consulting on Tuesdays from 8.30am - 5pm beginning August 15th 2016. Our aim is to provide hand therapy intervention in a more convenient location for patients living in Gawler, the Barossa and Clare Valleys, the Riverland and surrounding areas. To make an appointment, please contact our head office at Daw Park on (08) 8277 9667 and let the reception staff know you wish to be seen at Gawler.
13th June 2016
Suzanne Caragianis was the weekly expert speaker on ABC 891 South Australia Morning program with Ali Clarke. Suzanne gave a snapshot of her hand therapy journey, the SA Hand Therapy practice and the history and work she and some of her colleagues undertake in Bhutan. There was some great feedback from callers including “Suzanne is an Angel the way she goes about her work in SA and in Bhutan”. Find out more about Suzanne's speaking engagements...
7th June 2016
The Rotary Club of Unley were appreciative for Suzanne Caragianis and Dr. Tim Proudman presenting on ‘Helping Hands in Bhutan” project and Interplast and Rotray Aust/NZ in further developing this work and extending the scope and sustainability of this project to plastic Surgery and Burns.
Congratulations to Jordan Lefmann on becoming a Certified Hand Therapist.
SA Hand Therapy are celebrating 24 years in practice.