Organizing Societies


AACPDM

AACPDM

The American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM) is an Academy of over 1,100 health professionals dedicated to advancing the health and well-being of all individuals with cerebral palsy and other childhood-onset disabilities. AACPDM is like no other professional society! The “teamwork” mindset of our members solidifies a worldwide network that provides the most effective outcomes for patients. We are pediatricians, neurologists, surgeons, rehabilitators, therapists, nurses, special educators, engineers, and scientists.

Tallinn Children's Hospital

Tallinn Children's Hospital

Tallinn Children's Hospital is only tertiary level independent multiprofile children's hospital, where the treatment is providede to two thirds of Estonian Children.

Seljaajusonga ja Vesipeahaigete Selts

Seljaajusonga ja Vesipeahaigete Selts
Our objective is to unite people who have been diagnosed with spina bifida and hydrocephalus, their close family, health care professionals and voluntary assistants into an integral community, who supports the self-realisation, well-being and everyday living of young people and adults struggling with this life-long disease to the maximum.


International Federation for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus

International Federation for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus
The Estonian Society of Patients with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus is a member of the International Federation for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus.


MTÜ Skolioosiselts Katharina

MTÜ Skolioosiselts Katharina
Katharina Scoliosis non-profit association is independent, voluntary association. It was established in February 2018. The society is named in honor of Katharina Schroth (22.02.1894-19.02-1985) and follows her treatment principles.

Katharina Schorth is a German creator of conservative scoliosis treatment methods. The aim of the society is to connect people and families with scoliosis and to develop knowledge , promote communication and cooperation.

Eesti Taastusarstide Selts

Eesti Taastusraviarstide Selts
The Society of Estonian Physical and Rehabilitational Medicine Doctors is a voluntary non-profit union of physical and rehabilitational medicine doctors, which was established in 2002. It practices physical and rehabilitational medicine as a specialty, facilitates the development of supplementary training and research, and advocates for the protection of occupational rights of physical and rehabilitational medicine doctors. The society currently has 100 members. It organizes training, oversees the development of rehabilitation in Estonia, and conducts competency assessments for rehabilitation doctors.


POGA

POGA

The rehabilitation centre POGA (The Button) is a nonprofit organisation that was founded in 2015 with the support of Latvian charity organisation Ziedot.lv. The goal of the Foundation is to create an outstanding rehabilitation environment and to bring Latvia the newest rehabilitation technologies. To support families raising children with movement impairments and to help the country develop the rehabilitation industry. The centre operates thanks to generous donations and the compassion of people. Professional specialists, innovative rehabilitation techniques, a multidisciplinary approach, and a comfortable environment.

The POGA centre provides individual consultations and rehabilitation programmes for children with functional disabilities. All of the treatments are grounded in the latest scientific breakthroughs in medicine and are administered under the guidance of professionally trained specialists. The rehabilitation center POGA cooperates with the Tallinn Children's Hospital by forming joint doctors' councils and attracting necessary specialists for the treatment of various neurological patients.



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