Orthopaedic Institute for Children expands cerebral palsy program through UCLA Health partnership — 4 insights

Written by Eric Oliver | May 26, 2017 | Print  |

The Los Angeles-based Orthopaedic Institute for Children expanded the Center for Cerebral Palsy to the OIC's downtown campus through a partnership with UC Los Angeles.

The current center is at UCLA in West Los Angeles.


Here's what you should know.


1. The hospital appointed Rachel Thompson, MD, to serve as the expanded center's associate director.


2. The center has an outpatient clinic as well as a gait and motion analysis laboratory.


3. The center is a leading research institute led by co-founder and director William Oppenheim, MD.


4. Dr. Thompson will also serve as an assistant clinical professor at UCLA.


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