Musculoskeletal system Rehabilitation
The musculoskeletal system rehabilitation department looks after functional re-education and rehabilitation of all deficiencies and incapacities of the musculoskeletal system.
Within this field, the CRR is specialised in the following:
This unit groups patients suffering from secondary deficiencies and incapacities leading to musculoskeletal system pathologies (except Rachidien pathologies), of which the causes are trauma, degeneration or malformation.
The hand rehabilitation unit is part of the musculoskeletal system rehabilitation department.
Rachidien Rehabilitation (back)
This unit cares for patients suffering from Rechidien ailments, trauma, degeneration or malformation. Each patient is assessed rigorously from a medical, functional and psychosocial point of view.
Technical Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (amputees)
The technical orthopaedic rehabilitation unit cares for patients subject to amputations of the foot, leg or arm no matter the cause (illnesses like diabetes, accident, birth malformation , tumours…).
Burn trauma patients rehabilitation
This rehabilitation unit cares for adult patients who have been seriously burned (by fire, chemical substances or hot liquids for example), also called serious burn victims.