Suzanne Caragianis has been co-investigator in multiple clinical research studies, all of which have been presented at national and international conferences.
She has teamed up with Dr Nicola Massey-Westropp, University of South Australia on ‘Outcome of Autologous Blood Injection in the treatment of Chronic Common Extensor Origin Tendinopathy’ and ‘Randomized Controlled Trial of a New Electrical Modality (Inter X) and Soft Tissue Massage, Stretching, Ultrasound and Exercise for Treating Lateral Epicondylitis’.
Suzanne participated in a study looking at unilateral hand pain with Dr Ann Meulders and Dr Lorimer Moseley entitled ‘Contingency Learning Deficits and Generalization in Chronic Unilateral Hand Pain Patients’. Suzanne has also been published in peer review journals.
In 2007, Suzanne was on the Scientific Committee for the International Federation Society of Hand Therapists Conference held in Sydney. Suzanne was also the Co-Scientific Chair for the National Australia Hand Therapy Conference, held in Adelaide in 2012. Her academic effort and mentoring are supported by her positions as a South Australian mentor for the Australian Hand Therapy Association and a Adjunct Clinical Lecturer with the University of South Australia.
Contingency Learning Deficits and Generalization in Chronic Unilateral Hand Pain Patients
AUTHORS: Ann Meulders, Daniel S. Harvie, Jane K. Bowering, Suzanne Caragianis, Johan W. S. Vlaeyen and G. Lorimer Moseley
DETAILS: The American Pain Society: The Journal of Pain, October 2014, Vol 15 (10), pp.1046-1056.
Autologous Blood Injection and Wrist Immobilisation for Chronic Lateral Epicondylitis
AUTHORS: Nicola Massy-Westropp, Stuart Simmonds, Suzanne Caragianis and Andrew Potter
DETAILS: Advances in Orthopaedics, 2012, pp.1-6.
Randomized Controlled Trial of a New Electrical Modality (InterX) and Soft Tissue Massage, Stretching, Ultrasound and Exercise for Treating Lateral Epicondylitis
AUTHORS: Lorien Coff, Nicola Massy-Westropp, Suzanne Caragianis
DETAILS: Hand Therapy, 2009, Vol. 14, pp.46-52.
The Prevalence of Occupational Injuries among Hand Therapists in Australia and New Zealand.
AUTHOR: Suzanne Caragianis
DETAILS: Journal of Hand Therapy, July 2002, Vol. 15 (3), pp.234-241