Oslo with surrounding area
Welcome to Helsfyr Panorama
The clinic at Helsfyr is our main clinic in the Oslo area. We opened the doors on 2 September 2019 in new and specially adapted premises that provide the opportunity for efficient work and modern methods for making aids for people with different needs.
We move people
We use the latest methods and technology to provide customers and patients with a good professional offer. Our efforts and professional expertise focus on improving people's mobility, independence and quality of life. At our clinic at Helsfyr you will meet competent and experienced employees who can customize and construct aids that allow you to live your life with fewer limitations in everyday life.
Our authorized orthopedic engineers welcome customers and patients in need of orthopedic aids (prostheses, orthoses, footbeds, running inserts/soles and orthopedic footwear)
The address is Innspurten 9, 0663 Oslo.
Helsfyr PANORAMA is a landmark in Oslo and is located next to hotel Scandic Helsfyr and Intility Arena (football stadium for Vålerenga).
There is good access to parking spaces and easy access to the clinic for our patients and customers. Registration number on the car must be registered on the vending machine on the 2nd floor.
Bike/walk: well developed bike and walkways in the area.
There is easy access to our clinic from Helsfyr subway, the whole four lines pass through this station. Helsfyr Bus Station is also close by.
Important message to our visitors to Helsfyr
Due to construction work and rebuilding of the road network in the area, we recommend studying road maps and entrance and parking options prior to arrival.
Here you will find Norway's most modern orthopedic clinic
Lysaker is a clinic we have long wanted to open. We are incredibly pleased to finally present the clinic to our partners at the hospitals in the Oslo region of Asker and Bærum and Buskerud.
At Lysaker Torg there is good access to P-squares and easy access to the entrance hall and clinic. The clinic is located at Lysaker Torg 35, close to E18 with its own exit, and is strategically located at Norway's 3:d.
largest traffic hub Lysaker station. Lysaker Station is a public transport hub for NBS, commuter trains and Flytoget as well as the 750 buses that use the daily user terminal. There is also a ferry from Nesodden to Lysaker.
OCH Ortopedi Lysaker
Lysaker - Wikipedia Torg 35, 1366 Lysaker
Postal address : Pb. 171, 1325 Lysaker
Phone: +47 23 28 82 00
Regular opening hours
Mon - Thu: 07:45 - 16:00, Fri: 07:45 - 15:30
NIMI (Norwegian Institute of Sports Medicine) is one of Norway's foremost private competence environments in the field of musculoskeletal system.
We have been part of the NIMI clinic for a long time, and we have now moved with them to new premises at Storo.
Lars and Jarle take care of your needs, in the best possible way. They deal daily with everything from foot-related problems to the elite practitioner's need for orthopedic technical solutions.
OCH at Sunaa's hospital is open Tuesdays and Thursdays 09:00 – 15:00.
The orthopedic engineers at Sunnaas are named Karen Alkanger and Mette Mjelde, and are at Sunnaas every Tuesday and Thursday. In addition, orthopedic engineer Kristina Tominich is present as an additional resource for prosthetic adaptations. She also has a clinic on Wednesday per month to follow up patients at Nesodden who, for example, have previously been at Sunnaas. Nana Lise Broch participates in analyses related to the movement laboratory at the hospital.
They take all measurements and adapt orthoses, dentures and other orthopedic aids that replace or restore a lost function in a body part. The orthopedic engineers have a close and good cooperation with the physiotherapists, doctors and occupational therapists in the clinic.
OCH at Akershus University Hospital is open on Fridays.
The orthopedic engineers at AHUS are Linn Ottem-Frydenberg, Mads Truelsen and Kavita Kerai, and are at AHUS every Friday. They take all measurements and adapt prostheses and possibly other orthopedic aids that replace or restore a lost function in a body part. The orthopedic engineers have a close and good collaboration with the physiotherapists and surgeons in the clinic.
Martina Hansens Hospital
OCH at Martina Hansen is open Mondays and Thursdays 09:00 – 15:00
The orthopedic engineers at Martina Hansens Hospital are called Sigrid D. Normann, Sondre Rike and Torjus Snare, and are at MHH every Monday and Thursday. They both take goals and adapt orthoses, dentures and other orthopedic aids that replace or restore a lost function in a body part. The orthopedic engineers have a close and good working relationship with the physiotherapists, surgeons and occupational therapists in the clinic.
OCH at Diakonhjemmet open Fridays by appointment 08:30 – 11:30
The orthopedic engineer at Diakonhjemmet is called Mads Truelsen, and is at Diakonhjemmet on Tuesdays and Fridays by appointment.
They both take goals and adapt orthoses, dentures and other orthopedic aids that replace or restore a lost function in a body part. The orthopedic engineers have a close and good working relationship with the physiotherapists, surgeons and occupational therapists in the clinic.
OCH ortopedi at Fram are open on Mondays or by appointment/need.
The orthopedic engineer at Fram is called Mads Truelsen, and is on Fram every Monday. He takes all the goals and adapts orthoses, dentures and other orthopedic aids that replace or restore a lost function in a body part. The orthopedic engineer has a close and good cooperation with the physiotherapists in the clinic.