Dr. Rosie Sendher, a native of Vancouver, British Columbia graduated from the University of British Colombia with a degree in Pharmacology& Therapeutics maintaining an honors standing. Continuing her studies at the University of British Colombia, Dr. Sendher obtained both her Doctorate in Medicine as well as a Masters Degree in Health Care and Epidemiology. She went on to complete a residency training in the University of British Columbia Family Medicine program. She realized however that her passion was in Orthopedic Surgery. This led her to complete her orthopedic surgery training at the Queens University Orthopedic Surgery Residency program (2007-2011). From here, she continued her surgical training with fellowships at Stanford University (Hand and Upper Extremity) and Queens University (Orthopedic Trauma Surgery; Upper/Lower Extremity Trauma (Adult and Pediatric).
At Stanford University, she was exposed to a wide breadth of hand and upper extremity cases reaching from the common to widely complex cases. She co-wrote two book chapters, one on distal radius fractures and one on scaphoid fractures. This was the case with her trauma training at Queens University. She has been performing as a Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeon since 2014 in the Monterrey County area.
When she’s not treating patients, Dr. Sendher enjoys spending her leisure time surfing, a passion of hers. She enjoys world traveling and has traveled extensively and lived abroad. she enjoys searching for the next fun surfing locale when choosing her next travel destination. She also enjoys Pilates and Yoga, and playing the guitar. She is fluent in both French and Punjabi.
- Capitola Surgery Center Visit Site
- Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada-Orthopedic Residency
- University of British Columbia, Canada – Family Practice Residency Program
- Stanford, CA – Hand and Upper Extremity Fellowship
- Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada – Orthopedic Trauma Surgery Fellowship