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Archives 2016

New presentation of the CRR

The CRR is extremely pleased to unveil its new presentation brochure. This publication aims at showing the variety and multi-disciplinary aspect the 'Clinique romande de réadaptation' has to offer.

The CRR wishes you all the best for the festive season

« The pessimist complains about the wind, the optimist expects it to change direction, the realist adjusts the sails. » William Arthur Ward

Rendez-vous at the exhibition "Planète Santé"

From the 24th to the 27th of November the CRR will be present at the exhibition Planète Santé's 2nd edition which takes place at the SwissTech Convention Center of the EPFL in Lausanne.

A doctor from the CRR with the NATI

Dr Pierre-Etienne Fournier, head physician of the sports medicine department of the CRR, has been named as the Swiss football team's official doctor since the beginning of October.

The Titzé de Noël 2016 (running race) : Public conference at the CRR

The Swiss Olympic Medical Center of the CRR is organising a public conference, on Thurdays the 3rd of November 2016 at 19h, to discuss, in an interactive manner, the importance of correct preparation for the Course Titzé de Noël running race. Book your place now !

Demo-café tennis in a wheelchair

For the third 'démo café' of the year, the CRR and its partners are organising a new demonstration of an activity adapted to people with a disability, tennis in a wheelchair.

The CRR opens its doors

On the 21st and the 22nd of October, come and discover what goes on backstage in the the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) and in its satellite at the EPFL.

A former patient's testimonial about the CRR

The daily newspapers the '24 Heures' and 'Le Temps' met Hubert Blanchard, who lost his right leg in an avalanche at the beginning of the year.

Cardio rehab, an article from the inside

For its program « A la table de l’info », Rhône Fm (local radio station) produced two features in the company of a group of people who were following a cardiovascular rehabilitation program at the 'Clinique romande de réadaptation' (CRR).

Meeting with a paratriathlete

As the only paraplegic rehabilitation centre in the French speaking part of Switzerland, the CRR is strongly involved in promoting specific activities for people with physical disabilities.

The players from HC Red Ice (ice hockey team) tested at the CRR

As the summer heat drags on, the preparation for the ice hockey season is coming to a close. Of course preparation means physical fitness.

Handibike Demo-café

As the only paraplegic rehabilitation centre in the French speaking part of Switzerland, the Clinique romande de réadaptation in Sion (CRR) is fully commited to promoting sporting activities specifically adapted to people with a physical disabilities.

Trail running, is it accessible to everybody?

Trail running is becoming more and more widespread and more and more popular, but can everybody set off on one of these races?

A world renown expert in neuro-rehabilitation on visit at the CRR

The EPFL and the 'Fondation Defitech' is committed to putting the latest technology to the service of people suffering from disabilities. Within the campus of the EPFL Valais-Wallis, the EPFL is inaugurating at the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR), the research chair to Friedhelm Hummel,...

The CRR on Rhône FM (local radio station)

The Clinique Romande de Réadaptation (CRR) and the Centre Hospitalier du Valais romand (CHVR) have just been awarded nation-wide recognition. Their out-patients cardiovascular rehabilitation centre has just received certification from the 'Fondation suisse de cardiologie' and the 'Groupe Suisse...

1000 patients and recognition for the CRR and the CHVR

The out-patients cardiovascular rehabilitation centre of the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) and of the Centre Hospitalier du Valais Romand (CHVR) will soon welcome its 1000th patient. As this limit is achieved, the centre has been recognised as a specialized training centre.

Players from FC Sion tested at the CRR

While launching their preparation for the season 2016-2017, the players of FC Sion visited the Swiss Olympic Medical Center at the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) to evaluate their physical fitness.

Football injuries

The health programme Antidote focuses on the growing number of football accidents. Canal 9 makes the most of the 'Awareness to football Accidents Day' organised by the Suva, to illustrate this topic.

2015's Annual Report

The 2015 Annual Report of the CRR has recently been published. In summary the year was particularly rich in events, especially with the inauguration of the extension and the celebrations for the Clinic's 15th anniversary, which launched the year perfectly.

The CRR on « Couleurs locales »

The 'Clinique romande de réadaptation' (CRR) and the cardiology department at the 'Hôpital du Valais' have put in place a cardiovascular rehabilitation programme for patients having suffered from a heart problem.

The health programe « Placebo », a tribute to the CRR

The CRR takes an extremely important place in the programme « Placebo » of the 10th of May 2016.

Helios Basket Swiss Champions

Whilst the pronostics gave victory to Elfic Fribourg, the girls fromd Helios Basket won their fith national title in a row.

A doctor from the CRR for the national team

Dr Pierre-Etienne Fournier will be one of the national football team's doctors from next autumn.

Science's role in sport

The health programme broadcasted by Canal 9 focused an article on the topic of sporting and their influence on performance.

Is being active indispensable to be happy ?

Research is becoming more and more important within the medical industry. Rehabilitation does not escape this tendency and the Valais is lucky to be able to count on a pole of competences unique in the French speaking part of Switzerland where the latest know-how in this domain can be found.

European recognition for the CRR

The Jury of the European Board of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine have approved and accepted the CRR's certification renewal for the maximum duration possible of 5 years, making it valid until 31.12.2020.

Some precious advice regarding jogging

With the nice weather arriving, the Nouvelliste has dedicated its health page to the taking up of or the return to running, an activity gaining in popularity.

The CRR tests the world's best sprinters

In collaboration with athletic associations throughout the French speaking part of Switzerland, the CRR organises performance testing days, aimed at athletes between the ages of 16 and 25.

The CRR is commited to sport for the disabled

The radio programme «Sport-matin » on the RTS-la 1ère focused on sport for the disabled and the difficulties it incurs trying to make a place for itself in the global world of sport.

PDG 2016 : Return to the conference

Canal 9 reports on the public conference given by the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) , in its news programme.

The PDG 2016 : preparing like a pro', it is possible

This week, "Le Nouvelliste" visited the Swiss Olympic Medical Center of the CRR to find out more about the competitors' training programme.

The PDG 2016 : Public conference at the CRR

The Swiss Olympic Medical Center at the CRR is organising a public conference, Monday the 22nd of February 2016 at 19h, to unveil, in an interactive manner, the most important and crucial details in the preparation for the Patrouille des Glaciers. Sign-up now !

Nicole Niquille in conference at the CRR

Nicole Niquille is a well known and recognized personality in the mountain scene. In May 1994, her life is turned upside down following an accident depriving her of part of her mobility.

In preparation for the PDG : Ovomaltine ou focused intensive training ?

What works for Didier will probably not propel you over the finishing line in Verbier. At some point you just have to go for it but until then make sure you train correctly !

Support and advice given to the 'Patrouilleurs' (competitors of the PDG)

Several weeks ago the 'patrouilleurs' began preparing for this legendary event known as the Patrouille des Glaciers. The Swiss Olympic Medical Center at the CRR is present as training advisor for these atletes.

The CRR is preparing the referees for the Super League

The Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR), along with its sports trauma medicine department, is responsible for the physical condition of the Swiss Football League referees.

Get well prepared for winter sports

The recent snowfall has encouraged numerous winter sports lovers to get out on the slopes : skiing, snowboarding, sledging without mentioning ski touring. But be careful and make sure you are well prepared.

The CRR commits to paraplegic research

The 4 centres specialised in paraplegic rehabilitation (Rehab Basel, the Centre suisse des paraplégiques in Nottwil, the Clinique romande de Réadaptation in Sion and the clinique universitaire de Zurich-Balgrist) have put in place a research platform for people suffering from spinal cord...
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