Who are we ?
20 years and 100'000 patients
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Travailler à la CRR
Become a volunteer
ECS - Congress and seminar centre
Patients & Visitors
Your rehabilitation stay
The clinic and its surroundings
Telephone / computers
We are interested in your opinion
Access and mobility
Musculoskeletal system Rehabilitation
Paraplegic and Tetraplegic Rehabilitation
Treatments and Therapies
Assessment and Consultation Centre
Evaluations pour la Suva et l’Assurance Militaire
Evaluations pour assureurs privés
Expertises pour l’Assurance invalidité (COMAI)
Evaluation du préjudice ménager (EPM)
Sports Trauma Medicine
Consultations and specialized therapies
Vertigo and balance centre in the Valais
Valaisan centre for the diabetic foot
Wounds and Healing
Ostéoporose / Densitométrie
Health care professionals
List of doctors & specialists
Post-graduate medical training
Training & conference centre
Stay informed concerning up-coming training
Medical quality control and research
Request an admissions form
Multimedia & Documents
Contact for the media
Health program "L'Antidote"
Welcome to Sion
Information regarding the coronavirus COVID-19
You can find all useful information concerning coronavirus pandemic. Thankyou.
Des prestations de pointe pour le HC Sierre
La Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) est fière d’être partenaire du HC Sierre et de mettre à disposition des joueurs son plateau technique de pointe en complément du suivi des physiothérapeutes du club.
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).
You can request admission with the attached form.
Each staff member of the Clinique romande de réadaptation seeks, by his or her direct or indirect intervention, and in a spirit of multidisciplinarity, to promote the active participation of the patient in all areas of life.
Training and conference centre
As a clinic of reference in the field of rehabilitation, the CRR is extremely active in the training and in-service training sectors. The CRR puts great importance into their role in developing their skills in rehabilitation. It is for this reason, that in 2014, the in-service training centre (CFC) of the CRR organised near to a hundred training seminars for a total of around 3200 participants.
Access and mobility
Come and discover all the different ways of accessing the 'Clinique romande de réadaptation': by public transport,by private vehicle, by bike or by car-sharing, there are many diverse possibilities.
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