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Services - Amputation and Bone Dysplasia

  • The Amputation and Bone Dysplasia Clinic provides rehabilitation centres with second-line expertise.
  • The Clinic evaluates the child’s needs and recommends needed equipment; provides orthotic or prosthetic aids for the child’s activities of daily living and recommends any required surgery. The assessment, design, production and delivery of prosthetic aids for amputees as well as all initial trainings take place at the CRME. Adaptations for sports and leisure activities are also provided, if needed. The Clinic ensures the full fitting of myoelectrical prosthetic aids that enable the child to integrate and to adjust to activities of daily living.
  • The Clinic acts as a resource to partners and families.
  • The Clinic also has a research and development mission that includes the monitoring of technological advancements.
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Updated on 3/20/2015
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The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation’s Mélio Fund – formerly the Fondation Mélio – is an essential pillar of support for the centre of excellence in musculoskeletal disorders and in rehabilitation medicine. It is dedicated to providing ongoing and indispensable support for the 5,000 children with locomotor or speech impairments being cared for at the Marie Enfant Rehabilitation Centre (CRME).


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