Civilization diseases and rare diseases as a challenge for of rehabilitation of the 21st century CITY: Gdansk COUNTRY: Poland See the information flyer in PDF: CLICK HERE Head of Organizing Committee: Joanna Jablonska-Brudlo, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rehabilitation towards future health and participation - an evidence-based strategy.
A third edition of BIOMECHANICS4REHAB on-Line course
Dutch Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. The theme of the congress is 'Rehabilitation Medicine: in the right place, at the right time'. More information will follow soon.
It is our great pleasure and honor to invite you to EURO-MUSCULUS - X which will be held in Lisbon, 5-8 December 2019. After having organized these courses annually since 2010, we are very much enthusiastic to announce our 10th anniversary. Likewise, we are much pleased to be organizing this year’s special event with our Portuguese colleagues who have been always the 1st or 2nd most crowded group in the previous EURO-MUSCULUS courses. The role of ultrasound imaging has already been established in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, and the awareness/interest of physiatrists is ever-mounting worldwide. As such, we are updating the course program with new [...]
Dear Colleagues! Global strategy of medical rehabilitation in Russia includes the improvement of patients’ life quality, prevention of disability and/or decrease of disability level in case of failure to prevent it. These issues can only be solved by creating a result-oriented medical care system. Whereby the result is evaluated not by introduction of any technology and medicine into the treatment process but according to the efficiency of influence on the process of patient turning back to active life position within the society. Among the main disabling diseases in our country, we can name cardiovascular diseases and damages, cancer diseases, locomotor system [...]
Covid-19 and SCI: Staying Well "International Days" are celebrated to mark important aspects of human life and history. On the suggestion of its Prevention Committee, International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) has decided to observe ‘Spinal Cord Injury Day’ on 5th September every year with the intention of increasing awareness amongst the general public. It is presumed that the awareness would facilitate an inclusive life for persons with disability and ensure greater chances of success of prevention programs. Since its inception on 5th September 2016, the ‘Spinal Cord Injury Day’ has been meeting an increasing success around the world, under different slogans: [...]