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Mike Szekeres, PhD, OT Reg (Ont.), CHT

Mike Szekeres Instructor Bio:
Mike Szekeres, PhD, OT Reg (Ont.), CHT, is in private practice at Hand Therapy Canada in London, Ontario, Canada. He is an Assistant Editor for the Journal of Hand Therapy. He is currently a sessional faculty member at Western University and has recently completed his PhD in the field of Physical Therapy within the Department of Rehabilitation Science. Mr. Szekeres has served on the Board of Directors for the ASHT. Current professional interests and research include the use of technology for rehabilitation and optimizing the composition and delivery of therapy interventions after wrist fracture.

Mike Szekeres's Continuing Education Courses

Evaluation of the Stiff Hand

Evaluation of the Stiff Hand

Have a client with a stiff hand? This course will review the important clinical anatomy of the hand, the physiologic response to trauma, development of scar/adhesions, and most importantly – how to differentiate the structures that cause… Read Morearrow_right

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Assessment and Rehab of the Unstable Elbow

Assessment and Rehab of the Unstable Elbow

This course will review the important anatomical structures for elbow stability, the assessment of these structures, and post surgical treatment options for therapists to consider. Specific instabilities will include posterolateral rotatory… Read Morearrow_right

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Treatment for Five of the Most Common Upper Extremity Conditions

Treatment for Five of the Most Common Upper Extremity Conditions

This course will review the five most common upper extremity disorders seen by therapists working with the upper limb. Selected diagnoses will include distal radius fracture, carpal tunnel syndrome, DeQuervain's tenosynovitis, trigger finger,… Read Morearrow_right

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Upper Extremity Assessment: Elbow to Hand

Upper Extremity Assessment: Elbow to Hand

This course will review the common clinical assessments used to investigate upper extremity pain and dysfunction. Assessments of instability, stiffness, and provocative testing will be covered from the elbow to hand. Read Morearrow_right

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