Due to the current exceptional circumstances, we wish to inform you of the changes to the structure and services offered at the C-CENTRE. Our team is committed to the health and safety of our community and our patients. We follow Government instructions as well as the recommendations of the professional Orders and Associations of our various healthcare practitioners. We are closely monitoring the Government’s instructions and will adapt according to developments. In order to contribute to the collective effort, all our appointments and follow-ups are now offered via telephone/videoconference. Furthermore, we have united the competencies and expertise of our Centre to those of the Concussion Institute (CI) (located in the region of Montreal). In these challenging times, unity is strength!
Due to the current exceptional circumstances, we wish to inform you of the changes to the structure and services offered at the C-CENTRE. Our team is committed to the health and safety of our community and our patients. We follow government recommendations as well as the recommendations of the professional orders and associations of our various healthcare practitioners. We must therefore suspend all services and treatments in massage therapy, sports medicine and osteopathy until March 30th, inclusively. We will closely monitor the government recommendations and will adapt according to developments.
Antony Da Silva-Casimiro email@example.com
Publié le 8 avril 2017
OUVERTURE. Ils ont décidé de s'unir contre un fléau de la santé, qui fait des ravages et qu'on entend de plus en plus parler dans les dernières années.
Qui ça, ils?
Médecins, neuropsychologue, kinésiologue, ostéopathe, physiothérapeutes, psychoéducatrice et thérapeute du sport.
La liste est bien garnie et pourrait même s'allonger d'ici les prochains mois. Tous ses experts du domaine de la santé sont spécialisés en un domaine: les commotions cérébrales.
Ensemble, ils ont formé le C-Centre, le centre de commotions cérébrales de l'Outaouais qui vaut son nom à un acronyme comprenant aussi l'éducation, la neuropsychologie, la thérapie du sport, la réadaptation et les évaluations.
Gatineau, March 29, 2017 - More than 3.5 million North Americans – including many young athletes – suffer concussions every year, and a significant proportion experiences multiple symptoms and sometimes long-term effects which can include headaches, difficulty concentrating, and depression. Despite the rising prevalence of concussions, however, many patients do not receive adequate and timely treatment, and this can delay and even jeopardize their recovery. Research shows that a multidisciplinary approach – combining several healthcare professionals – is the most effective at treating and managing the symptoms of concussion and at getting patients on the road to recovery.
This is why next week’s launch of a new medical centre in Gatineau devoted to treating concussions is exciting news for the residents of this region. The C-CENTRE, located at 455 boulevard de l’Hôpital, Gatineau (Quebec), will open Monday, April 3 and it will be the first centre in Gatineau/Outaouais to offer concussion treatment delivered by multiple healthcare professionals for optimal recovery outcomes. Patients at the C-CENTRE will have access to doctors, neuropsychologists, athletic therapists, physiotherapists, kinesiologists, osteopaths, and psychoeducators.