Fellowship

The Institute For Sports and Reconstructive Bone & Joint Surgery provides high quality theoretical and practical training in shoulder surgery.

The ICR – Groupe Kantys is a private practice and offers fellowships in Shoulder Surgery under the supervision of Professor Pascal Boileau from 3 to 12 months. The fellow will be introduced to a broad range of shoulder pathologies (arthritis, rotator cuff tears, instability, fractures, etc.), and procedures (both primary and revision surgical procedures, including shoulder arthroplasty, arthroscopy, open reconstruction, fracture management).

Clinical responsibilities will include clinics and operating room coverage.  

A typical weekly schedule includes three half days in the OR, three half days in clinics, and one day dedicated for research.

By the end of the fellowship, the fellow should have gained knowledge, increased competency and improved performance in the following:

  • understanding of shoulder anatomy and biomechanics
  • assessment and management of upper extremity pathologies
  • distinguish between pathological and normal variations
  • obtain medical history
  • develops patient care plans
  • determines appropriate diagnostic tests
  • understand disease processes that benefit from surgical management and the various surgical techniques
  • interpret imaging tests
  • demonstrates interpersonal skills required for patient care
  • competency in repair of soft and bony tissues
  • proper arthroscopic assessment of shoulder pathology
  • grasping current literature
  • completed clinical research project & submits to peer-reviewed journal 

To apply for the fellowships, candidates should fill in the application form and provide the requested documents : current CV, medical certification, personal insurance policy.