Sport is good for healthcare
CDM Lavoisier currently supports two high ranking French athletes. We share common values of courage and willing with these two women of exception. Marie-Amelie Le Fur and Anaïs Jaron are two road accident victims. A day, their life changed. Since that, they successfully achieved re-education slope despite the handicap and today, they are two leaders in their respective category.
Anaïs Jaron was born on February 17th, 1985. Anaïs has several passions in life: horses, athletics and cooking.
On June 29th 2003, she was victim of a serious road accident that brought her into a deep coma. She has been suffering from a multiple coasts and bones breaks along with a hemopneumothorax. She had been into coma for two long months then she woke up with a hemiparesia. She passed three years in the re-education center of Neufmoutiers to learn again routine tasks and then four months in UEROS.
These are some of the after-effects pending today : disrupts of memory and muscular weakness of some members. Despite that, her strong courage has allowed her to attain a level of exceptional recuperation, considering her accident gravity.
She has been nailed to the bed for a very long time after her accident. Since, she learned again to walk and then to run. She can again practice her passion for running every week and regularly participate to competitions.
Today, Anaïs works in a fashion store.
Marie-Amelie Le Fur
Marie-Amelie Le Fur was born on September 26th 1988. She has practiced athletics since the age of 6 years. She won many regional and districts titles. During the year 2003, she obtained the 4th French performance on 1,000 m in 2'58''. This was the key event. It has been followed by two titles of France champion, in firemen cross and 5.000 m track firemen. On March 31th 2004, she was victim of a very serious road accident. She was amputated to the third level inferior (under the knee) three days after.
Most of her athletic re-education took part in swimming pool, thanks to Cyrille Nivault (his trainer) and Emmanuel Janus, both of them are professional firemen in Vendôme. Despite the difficulty of this challenge, she ran again in August 2004, only 4 months after her accident.
This happened during the realisation of the movie "The one that remains" produced by Kien production.
Thanks to this film, Marie-Amelie saved a lot of time on the manufacturing of her first prosthesis for race. Then during the year 2005, she participated in her first handisport competitions.
In January, for his first race, Marie-Amelie obtained the title of champion of France on 200 m, establishing a new French record on the distance. Then in 2006, she did her best performances finishing twice the second athlete (100M, 200M, and length) to the World Championship of Assen (Netherlands). Currently, she is getting prepared for the next Beijing olympic games.
She has taken part of the young firemen of Vendôme for 5 years. She obtained her fireman licence in June 2005. However, her career as a fireman finished at that point because her handicap prevented her from becoming a professional fireman, which was her dream.
Today, Marie-Amelie is a student. She participates actively to the promotion of the handisport athletics. She regularly meets other students in schools to talk about her history.
If you wish you can personally contact Mary Amelia by website at :
The French association against the pain
As a recognized actor of the treatment of the pain, CDM Lavoisier actively supports the AFVD (French Association against the pain). This association, created in 2006, takes effective actions to obtain the pain recognition as a disease to fight. Its goal is to ensure that the habits and the prejudices are evolving in the right direction for the recognition of the physical and psychological pains. It also assists the patients in finding the right technique or therapy to fight pain.
If you want to know more about this association, you can visit the internet website :