Dr. Sarah Campillo

Pediatric rheumatologist

Sarah Campillo

Sarah Campillo has been a pediatric rheumatologist and assistant professor at the Montreal Children’s Hospital (McGill University Health Centre) since 2005. She also heads a pediatric rheumatology clinic at Montreal’s Shriners Hospital.

Dr. Campillo’s mission is to help children living with arthritis by raising awareness about the disease and working with the Arthritis Society to develop specialized programming. She is the co-founder of the Kids on the Move Camp for children living with rheumatic diseases and president of the advisory board for the Arthritis Society’s Quebec Division.

Speaker's seminars

Session 1

9:15 - 10:15

Session 2

11:00 - 12:00

Demystifying Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

In this presentation, we will address childhood arthritis, one of the most common forms of chronic disease in children. We will specifically explain the different kinds of childhood arthritis. Participants will learn about the diagnosis process, what differentiates the disease from other types of arthritis that affect adults, and will learn about the potential complications of childhood arthritis. We will offer an overview of available pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical treatments. Physical therapist Michèle Geoffrion will discuss the importance of the multidisciplinary approach and will discuss the role of physical therapy in disease management.


Seminar presented by


12:30 - 1:30

Session 4

2:00 - 3:00

Session 5

3:30 - 4:30