Suzanne Caragianis and the SA Hand Therapy team regularly speak at workshops and conferences. If you would like Suzanne or other members of the SA Hand Therapy team to speak at your event, please enter your details in our contact form or call us on (08) 8277 9667.
6th October 2017
Address: Crowne Plaza, 16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide SA 5000
Australian Association of Musculoskeletal Medicine was held in Adelaide on 6th – 8th October. Suzanne and Darcy were invited to speak on ginger, hand and wrist injuries, diagnosis and conservative management. We were followed by our colleague Dr Philip Griffin on surgical management of common hand and wrist conditions.
It was a successful day which stimulated a lot of discussion especially around cortisone injections and splinting for DeQuervains tenosynovitis.
24th June 2017
Address: Tennyson Centre, 520 South Kurralta Park, SA
Suzanne spoke at the Sports Medicine conference run by SASMA for GPs on Saturday 24th June with Dr Elizabeth Clisby from Wakefield Sports Clinic, on acute injuries to the fingers hand and wrist and the best evidence treatment approach. The talk was well received and we feel GPS will have a better handle on early hand management.
8th May 2017
Address: Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000
Michael Janetzki was recently invited to speak at the Royal Australian College of Surgery’s (RACS) national conference for 2017. The annual meeting focused on numerous interesting and exciting topics relating to surgical intervention. Our practice was invited to contribute to an afternoon session focused on neuropathic pain. In conjunction with numerous specialists in this area, Michael presented a case study depicting current hand therapy approaches for Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) following surgical intervention for the upper limb. CRPS is complex pain condition, which can occur following hand and wrist surgery, and trauma such as fractures or crush injuries.
SA Hand Therapy has a specific interest, and passion, for treating complex pain conditions following hand and upper limb surgery, and this presentation demonstrated how things have changed and evolved to incorporate modern pain science, with specialist hand therapy practice. The Adelaide Convention centre was brimming with delegates from all over the country, and we were delighted to have been invited to contribute to the scientific program in this challenging and, we think, important area of clinical pain management.
13th June 2016
Address: 85 North East Road, Collinswood, SA 5081
Suzanne Caragianis Presenting: 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.
Radio Caller: "Suzanne Caragianis is the most wonderful hand therapist and caring person. (personal experience). She really needs greater financial support for the volunteer work she does in Bhutan on a regular basis. She will surely be an angel in the next life." Julie
7th June 2016
Address: 130 Unley Rd, Unley, SA 5061
Suzanne Caragianis Presenting: Joined with Dr. Tim Proudman discussin g‘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.
14th May 2016
Suzanne Caragianis Presenting: Complex upper limb management.
9th November 2015
Address: 6/15 Fullarton Road, Kent Town, SA 5067
Suzanne Caragianis Presenting: Rehabilitation of Common acute injuries of the finger, thumb and hand.
4th November 2015
Address: Glenside Hospital Training Rooms, 226 Fullarton Road, Glenside, SA 5065
Suzanne Caragianis Presenting: Management of Acute hand injuries and wrist evaluation.
2nd May 2015
Address: 520 South Road, Kurralta Park, SA 5037
Suzanne Caragianis Presenting: Common acute conditions of the fingers, thumb and hand.