Welcome to CANOSC

Mary Ann Keenan & Phillippe Denormandie Prizes

CANOSC is pleased to offer two awards in honour of two pioneers in neuro-orthopedics:

  1. Professor Emeritus Mary Anne Keenan Prize
  2. Professor Phillippe Denormandie Prize

Application consists of an essay competition in the field of neuro-orthopedics. 

These prizes will consist of a $1,000 CAD stipend towards travel/accommodation and registration to attend our yearly CANOSC congress (Typically held in May).

Awards categories:

  1. Resident physicians, or surgeon in training
  2. Interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary team members.

Submit applications to: canosc@eventsmgt.com

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Online Virtual Learning

Upcoming

  • Thursday, September 17, 12-1330 EDT – Allergan co-developed – Toxin optimization & differentiation (Target audience Canada and AUS) – Rajiv Reebye (Optimization of Neurotoxins in Management of Spasticity) & Ted Wein (Clinical Review and Differentiation of Neurotoxins) –Register in advance for this webinar
  • Thursday, September 24, 12-1330 EDT – Allergan co-developed – Early Intervention Traffic Light – Rajiv Reebye ( Early Identification and Early Intervention of PSS) & Paul Winston ( Referral Pathway and the PSS Risk Classification System Tool utilization in Clinical Practice) –Register in advance for this webinar
  • TBD Thierry Deltombe – Approach to the complex spastic lower limb with neurotomy and neurectomy. (The spastic foot management: the Mont-Godinne guidance or The neurotomy as a treatment of focal spasticity or Should we modify our treatment according to the type of spastic muscle overactivity?) Register in advance for this webinar

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About Us

Canadian Advances in Neuro-Orthopedics for Spasticity Congress (CANOSC)

Our Mission

Bring together leading hand and peripheral nerve surgeons with spasticity experts in a groundbreaking approach to spasticity.

Our Goal

We hope with collaborative care to build a National Canadian Strategy for Neuro-Orthopedics.

Our Focus

Focused on improving spasticity outcomes, with novel approaches,  with an national and international experts.  We encourage all spasticity and peripheral nerve experts to collaborate and learn.

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