To assess the child’s general health and provide recommendations or treatment
To monitor the child’s renal functioning and address issues of urinary incontinence
To assess the child’s orthopedic condition and manage orthopedic issues through therapy, orthotics and adaptive equipment.
The clinic is comprised of three physicians, a urology nurse and a physiotherapist and/or occupational therapist. As well, orthotics and mechanical design provide consultation and assistance in the areas of bracing and adaptive equipment (wheelchairs, seating, etc.)
The physiatrist (physical medicine and rehabilitation physician) specializes in assistive devices, medications and therapies.
The pediatric urologist monitors renal function and addresses issues of urinary incontinence.
The pediatric orthopedic surgeon provides orthopedic assessment and management.
The pediatric urology nurse presents information on a wide range of issues, including latex allergies; and provides education and training to parents and caregivers in the community.
The therapist provides assistance in the selection and provision of seating and mobility equipment, and training in functional skills and exercise.
Written referral by a physician.
Two times a month, the second and fourth Wednesday afternoon.