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About Michele Yuen

Michele has over 18 years of experience specialising in Hand Therapy.  After graduating as a Physiotherapist at the University of Sydney, Michele began specialising in hand therapy in 2002 at Royal North Shore Hospital, the most prestigious Hand Unit in Sydney.  Michele became the Acting Lead Hand Therapist at Royal North Shore Hospital before moving to various Private Hand therapy practices in NSW.

 

Michele has since worked as a Practitioner in Hand Therapy at a number of hand therapy practices in NSW and the UK including the Chelsea Westminster Hospital in London, St George Hospital Sydney and Dubbo Base Hospital.

 

Continuing education and teaching is of great importance to Michele, who is responsible for organising the Hand Therapy interest group meetings for the NSW division of the Australian Hand Therapy Association. Michele also regularly teaches and consults as a Specialist Hand Therapist in Dubbo and surrounds.

 

Michele specialises in complex soft tissue injuries of the hand and is currently working on research with 3D printing in Hand Therapy.

 

In her spare time Michele can often be found on her stand up paddle board, skiing or cycling as well as helping out at her preferred charity Dalwood Spilstead Service.

 

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