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George "Capp" LaCour, LOTR, CHT
Certified Hand Therapist
George "Capp" LaCour is a 1997 graduate of LSU Medical Center's School of Occupational Therapy. Following graduation, Capp returned home to Central Louisiana to practice in upper extremity orthopaedics and sports medicine with an emphasis on hand trauma and complex injuries. Capp completed all requirements to become a Certified Hand Therapist in 2003 and is currently the only CHT practicing in hands in Central Louisiana. Hand therapy is an area Capp feels requires dedication, advanced training, and experience and he is proud to call himself a hand therapist.
In addition to practicing, Capp serves as gratis faculty for the LSU Medical Center School of Occupational Therapy in Shreveport where he teaches occupational therapy students in human anatomy, orthopaedics, and medical conditions. Besides mentoring occupational therapy students, he has also shared his experience by authoring numerous continuing education courses. He currently serves as a member of the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners Occupational Therapy Advisory Committee. In his spare time, Capp enjoys landscaping, restoring furniture, fishing, and spending time with his wife and daughter.
Areas of Special Interest:
Complex Hand Trauma; Tendon / Nerve Injuries; Shoulder Injuries; Elbow dislocations; Upper extremity joint replacement; Cumulative trauma disorders; Sports Medicine; Static & Dynamic Splinting