Carmin Wright has been working in the rehabilitation of upper limb and neurological rehabilitation since 2008. Carmin started her career in the government sector working in the hand unit at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital (CMJAH), working with both the plastic and reconstructive surgery and orthopaedic surgery departments. She went on to become the chief hand therapist in the hand therapy department at CMJAH and consulted closely with the doctors at the hospital in the treatment of patients. Carmin is very passionate about sharing her clinical knowledge and has lectured on hand conditions to both doctors and fellow occupational therapists withing the hand field.She has attended both national and international conferences and submitted articles to numerous publications. Carmin has carried out the duty of Chairperson of the Gauteng branch of SASHT as well as serving on the National Committee of SASHT. She currently treats patients in both the state and private sector.
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