The multidisciplinary clinic team at BC Children’s Orthopaedic Cerebral Palsy (CP) Clinic strives to provide excellent care to children with cerebral palsy and similar neuromotor conditions.
With expertise in assessment, surgical management, and post operative care, the Orthopaedic Cerebral Palsy team is dedicated to providing individualized, family centered treatment for each child.
The Orthopaedic CP team is responsible for the assessment and treatment of your child’s bones and muscles. We will look at how your child moves, assess his or her abilities, and work to prevent and treat deformities of the spine and limbs.
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We collaborate with the child’s family, the community therapy team, and colleagues at Sunny Hill Health Centre, so we can provide comprehensive, coordinated orthopaedic management to improve the quality of life for children with CP and similar neuromotor conditions.
A doctor’s referral is required.
Doctor’s can fax a completed Orthopaedic CP Clinic Referral Form to 604.875.2275Referrals may be made for patients under the age of 18. For older patients please refer to adult service.
The second Life without Limits community forum will take place on:
Thursday, June 6 2013, from 6 to 8 pmSimon Fraser University Surrey CampusRoom SUR 2750
The evening will start with entertainment by Ryan Lachance and Brett Nikolic, two comedians who live with CP. Click here for details on our comedians.
Following the entertainment, Melisa Crosby, Information and Resource Specialist from Spinal Cord Injury, will provide information about questions that CPABC members have been asking about housing and employment. The presentation will focus on questions such as:
The forum is free, but please RSVP by contacting the CPABC office @ (604) 408-9484; we look forward to having you join us!