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Archives 2021

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

« To do one's duty wherever one is, to do Good, to choose the Beautiful, to have as the main purpose in life to constantly uplift one's heart and thoughts. »

State-of-the-art services for HC Sierre

La Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) is proud to be a partner of HC Sierre and to make its state-of-the-art technical facilities available to the players in addition to the support of the club's physiotherapists.

A footbridge for better accessibility

The Canton of Valais and the Town of Sion have launched the construction of a pedestrian and cycle bridge over the A9 motorway. This will greatly improve accessibility to the Champsec Hospital site and Pôle Santé centre as well as to the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR).

The CRR in World Cup format

The Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) are thrilled to congratulate the Swiss national team on its brilliant qualification for the World Cup finals, which are to be held from the 21st of November to the 18th of December 2022.

Follow the CRR on Instagram !

Nowadays, social networks are an essential part of communication. The world is changing and some platforms are becoming indispensable for our Clinic.

An innovation for patient safety

The CRR has developed a secure, computerised process for the distribution of medication.

The Suva wishes to further strengthen its clinics

Suva is planning to further develop the organisation of its clinics (Clinique romande de réadaptation de Sion and Rehaklinik Bellikon) and thereby further strengthen its position in the rehabilitation market. The main focus of this development is to improve the exploitation of synergies between...

We are looking for a "CEO for the Suva Rehabilitation Clinic"

As part of the strategic development and implementation of a group-oriented perspective, SUVA is calling for the new position of a CEO for the Suva Rehabilitation Clinic

The CRR and the UNIGE united against pain

Relieving pain by mapping its biological signatures is the conclusion of a study by researchers from the UNIGE and the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR). They mapped the biomarkers of different types of pain, so that they could be categorised and treated accordingly in the future.

The "Fight against diabetes" campaign at the CRR

As part of the prevention and screening campaign of the Association Valaisanne du Diabète, a stand will be present at the CRR on Wednesday the 22nd of September from 13h30 to 18h30.

3rd edition of ParaRomandie – a day dedicated to paraplegia

After two successful editions in 2017 and 2019, the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) is organizing for the third time on Saturday the 28th of August 2021, a special day dedicated to the theme of the wheelchair user.

RTS-la 1ère's Le Grand Air programme at the CRR

As part of a report concerning the subject of oxygen consumption, the programme "Le Grand Air" on RTS-la 1ère was at the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) on Monday.

Sporting activities during a heat wave

Summer is a time of good weather and a time for sports activities. However, summer can also mean heat waves. You should therefore be aware of the heat when participating in sporting activities.

The CRR at the European Cup !

Dr Pierre-Etienne Fournier, head physician of the sports medicine department of the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) is a member of the Swiss national football team's medical staff.

2020 : a troubled year, but confidence in the future remains intact.

After a year marked by the Clinic's 20th anniversary and a very high level of activity, 2020 was looking promising. This was without taking into account the Covid-19 pandemic, which seriously disrupted the CRR's results.

The CRR is committed to paying fair salaries

In 2019, the Federal Council changed the Equality Act to better enforce equal pay in companies with more than 100 employees

The CRR is widening its network

In order to improve the follow-up of its patients after a rehabilitation stay, the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) has launched two decentralised pilot projects.

Brain Week Video Conference

Every year, 22,000 Swiss people suffer some form of brain injury. From one day to the next, their lives, and those of their loved ones, are turned upside down.

Roadworks on the Avenue Grand-Champsec

The construction of Sion's remote controlled heating system (CAD) is continuing and is entering a new phase on the Avenue du Grand-Champsec from the 15th of March 2021, for a period of approximately 9 months.

The link between rehabilitation and clinical research

Over the years, research and rehabilitation have become inseparable. One example is the Clinique Romande de Réadaptation (CRR).
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