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Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation - Fondation Canadienne d'Orhopedie
Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation - Fondation Canadienne d'Orhopedie
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The Bone and Joint Decade. Joint Motion 2000 - 2010


The Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation is Canada's only health charity dedicated solely to helping people build, maintain and restore their bone and joint health. We do this by raising and allocating funds for the research, education and care that help Canadians to live and move independently - longer and stronger. 

 Bad to the bone Golf

Join us for a day filled with philanthropy, fun, food and entertainment as we hit the links at the beautiful Wooden Sticks Golf Club in Uxbridge, ON
Your participation will help the tens of thousands of Canadians living with pain, isolation, unhappiness and an inability to enjoy life due to bone and joint disorders such as arthritis, osteoporosis and injury.
Monday, June 8, 2015
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For your 206 bones and the joints that connect them

How many bones did you move to arrive at this website? Assuming you used both hands to type in the address, you moved 54 bones in your hands and arms. Whether you are interested in bone and joint health in general, or are concerned about specific bones or joints that might be troubling you, the Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation exists for you, and all of your 206 bones and their connecting joints.

Did you know ...?

  • Bone and joint disorders are more common than any other long-term health problem.
  • Over 20 percent of Canadians - more than 6 million people - report having bone and joint health problems: arthritis, rheumatism, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, trauma injury or disease.
  • Bone and joint disorders cost the economy an estimated $17-billion per year in health resources and lost productivity.
  • Experts say that the number one thing you can to do prevent bone and joint disorders is to prevent injuries, which require care when they happen and pose more problems later in life.

 

News

Innovation Awards for Three Orthopaedic Research Projects

3/16/2015

Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation Names New Executive Director

3/11/2015

Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation Mourns the Loss and Recognizes the Contributions of Dr. Cy Frank, Director of the Board

3/5/2015

Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation Bids Farewell to Executive Director

1/6/2015

Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation Announces New Directors of the Board

9/1/2013

Calling all researchers!

8/1/2013

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Educational Resources
Patient Educational Booklets
Available for hip surgery, knee surgery, foot and ankle surgery, clubfoot.


For Employers
For Employers
Free Employee Health and Wellness Program for Orthopaedic Patients


Surgical Wait Times
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