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Maryse L. Bouchard, MD

Maryse L. Bouchard, MD

Orthopedics, Skeletal Dysplasia

On staff since March 2015

    • Jamie Yakima, WA. 09.26.16

      Dr. Bouchard is one of the best doctors I've ever dealt with, she went over and beyond to make my son feel calm and safe. I appreciate how thorough she and her staff is. She's great at explaining what will or is happening in detail. Most of all, she was great with my son who had his first two surgeries with her due to his CMT. Dr. Bouchard is a wonderful doctor with an amazing personality which makes any stressful situation less stressful.

    • Dawn Olympia wa 01.12.16

      Amazing personalized care: Dr. Bouchard and the nurses always take whatever time necessary to explain procedures, care, and follow up. Patient, humorous, and highly knowledgeable makes all interactions/appointments pleasant and the least stressful they could possibly be. My son's tibia spiral fracture and ankle break (and 2 casts, 5 months of many appointments) would not have been fixed in the same manner (external "cage" cast) if we hadn't taken him to the emergency room at Seattle Children's and LUCKILY got Dr. Bouchard on call!!! A+

    • berenice yakima, wa 08.13.15

      She's my son Doc for his clubfeet and she's great.

  • Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
    Best Clinical Paper Award - Fellows Division of Orthopaedics, University of Toronto 2013
    Dr. Borna Meisami Post-Graduate Award In Orthopedic Surgery Prize for the most compassionate orthopaedic resident Division of Orthopaedics, University of Toronto 2012
    First Prize Poster: Clinical, Social and Administrative Pharmacy Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto 2011
    Bethune International Surgery Fellowship To fund surgical training and research that takes place in a low-income country and will benefit patients in low-income countries 2010
    Quebec Medical Association Scholarship For exceptional leadership qualities throughout medical studies 2004
    • White KK, Bouchard M
      Common Neonatal Orthopedic Conditions
      Avery's Diseases of the Newborn 10th Edition , 2016 : To be submitted April 2016
    • Bouchard M, Yandow S, White KK, Goldberg M
      Skeletal dysplasias
      Chapman’s Orthopaedic Surgery 4th Edition , 2016 : Submitted April 2015
    • Bouchard M, Amin A, Pinsker E, Khan R, Deda E, Daniels TR
      The impact of obesity on the outcome of total ankle replacement.
      J Bone Joint Surg Am , 2015 June 3 : 97(11)904-10
    • Khoshbin A | Bouchard M | Wasserstein D | Leroux T | Law PW | Kreder HJ | Daniels TR | Wright JG
      Reoperations after tarsal coalition resection: a population-based study.
      The Journal of foot and ankle surgery : official publication of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons , 2015 May - 2015 May : 54(3)306-10
    • N. OHara, G. Slobogean, R. Mugarura, M. Bouchard
      Socio-economic impacts on individuals and their families after lower extremity fractures: A qualitative assessment of trauma patients in Uganda.
      PLoS One. , 2014 Oct. 31 : 9(10):e110940. PMCID: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0110940. eCollection 2014
    • M. Bouchard, V. Mosca.
      Flatfoot Deformity in Children and Adolescents: Surgical Indications and Management.
      J Am Acad Orthop Surg , 2014 Oct. : 22: 623-632 PMCID: doi:10.5435/JAAOS-22-10-623
    • A. Khoshbin, M. Bouchard, D. Wasserstein, T. Leroux, P. Law, H. Kreder, T. Daniels, J. Wright.
      Long-term Survivorship of Resected Tarsal Coalition: A Population Based Study in Ontario.
      J Foot Ankle Surg. , 2014 July 5 : pii: S1067-2516(14)00214-2. PMCID: doi: 10.1053/j.jfas.2014.04.027.
    • M. Bouchard, J.C. Kohler, J. Orbinski, A. Howard.
      Corruption in the health care sector in low-income countries: A barrier to access of orthopaedic care and medical devices A case study of Uganda.
      BMC International Health and Human Rights , 2012 May 3 : 12:5.
  • Presentations Title Event Location Date
    Limb deformity and limb length differences: Assessment, management and rehabilitation Physical Therapy Department In-Service Rounds Seattle Children's Hospital Dec. 2015
    Tarsal coalitions from cradle to grave University of Washington Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Grand Rounds (with Dr. Shawn Werner and Dr. Vincent Mosca) Seattle, WA Sept. 2, 2015
    An updated algorithm for radiographic screening of upper cervical spine instability in patients with Down Syndrome Combined American Orthopedic Association-Canadian Orthopaedic Association Vancouver, BC June 17, 2015
    Outcomes of tibiotalocalcaneal or pantalar fusion versus total ankle replacement with ipsilateral subtalar or transverse joint fusion; and Long-term survivorship of resected tarsal coalition: A population-based study in Ontario Combined American Orthopedic Association-Canadian Orthopaedic Association Montreal, QC June 20, 2014
    Corruption in health care at home and abroad Pediatric Orthopedic Visiting Professor Day Seattle Childrens Hospital Seattle, WA May 30, 2014
    Long-term survivorship of resected tarsal coalition: A population-based study in Ontario American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)/Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA) International Pediatric Orthopaedic Symposium Orlando, FL Dec. 3, 2013
    International orthopaedics: Building capacity Canadian Orthopaedic Association Winnipeg, MB June 20, 2013
  • Grant Title Grantor Amount Award Date
    Responding to the global injury burden by improving access to orthopaedic medical devices in low-income countries: A qualitative case study of orthopaedic services in Uganda Bethune International Surgery Fellowship $48,500 (Canadian) May 2010

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Orthopaedic Surgery (Non-ABMS)

Medical/Professional School

McGill University, Montreal
University of Toronto, Toronto

Residency

Orthopedic Surgery, University of Toronto, Toronto

Fellowship

Orthopedic Surgery, University of Toronto, Toronto
Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery, Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle
Orthopedic Surgery, Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
University of Toronto, Toronto

Clinical Interests

Foot and ankle, limb deformity correction and lengthening, trauma, skeletal dysplasia and arthrogryposis

Research Description

Clinical outcomes, global health and access to care, idiopathic toe walking, biofeedback for chronic musculoskeletal pain, guided growth techniques