International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO)
Sociedad Internacional de Prótesica y Ortesica
1970-11-15 Copenhagen Denmark
15 Nov 1970, Copenhagen (Denmark). Previously also referred to in French as Société internationale de prothèse et orthèse and in Spanish as Sociedad Internacional de Prótesis y Ortosis.
Serve as coordinating, correlating and advisory body on prosthetics, orthotics, rehabilitation engineering and other technical matters related to the neuro-muscular and skeletal system; improve the quality of life for persons who may benefit from prosthetic, orthotic, mobility and assistive devices.
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World Congress (every 2 years); International Committee; Executive Board; Standing Committees; Ad Hoc Committees; International Task Officers; Head Office in Brussels (Belgium).
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