Discipline, perseverance and accuracy are essential traits when pursuing a profession as complex as that of an orthopaedic surgeon, which not only requires decades of training, but also a desire for continuous improvement and learning. From the start, Dr. Tadros’ education involved a kind of discipline from a young age that Jesuit colleges are known for.

With this solid base and armed with a passion for learning and teaching that he carried throughout his career, he was able to complete the academic challenges of medical school and a specialisation in orthopaedics at the Université de Montréal,  followed by a fellowship in orthopaedic surgery.


1976 Baccalaureate, high school, Collège de la Sainte Famille (Pères Jésuites), Cairo, Egypt

1980 B. Sc. Biology: Université de Montréal

1985, M.D.: Université de Montréal


1990 – 91 Fellow in sports medicine, prosthesis and shoulder surgery, Orthopaedic and Arthritic Hospital (Toronto, Ontario)

1987 – 90  Training in orthopaedic surgery

Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, Hôtel-Dieu Hospital

Montréal General Hospital, Sainte-Justine Hospital and Sacré-Cœur Hospital (Montreal, Quebec)

1985 – 87 Residency in general surgery, Sacré-Cœur Hospital, Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, Hôtel-Dieu Hospital and Sainte-Justine Hospital (Montreal, Quebec)