Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
School of Medicine Queen's University

Dr. Stephen D. Bagg

Educational Background
B.Sc. Human Kinetics, University of Guelph, 1980
M.Sc. Anatomy, Queen's University, 1982                                                                      
M.D. Queen's University, 1986
PM&R Residency Training, Queen's, FRCPC, 1990  

Clinical Interests
Emphasis on Stroke Rehabilitation
Botulinum Toxin injections for Focal Spasticity
Sports Medicine and General Physical Medicine
Multidisciplinary assessment of disability (WSIB and Insurance)

Educational Activities
Clinical skills - Analytical Reasoning when assessing patients with back pain
Stroke rehabilitation

Research Interests
Evaluation of the functional benefits of botulinum neurotoxin for spasticity after stroke.
Quantifying upper extremity function and recovery using the KINARM robotic device.
Evaluating the benefits of an interdisciplinary out-patient spasticity clinic.