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International Federation for
Manual/Musculoskeletal Medicine


FIMM Policy and Mission

 


Introduction
The International Federation for Manual/Musculoskeletal Medicine (FIMM) is the federation of national societies, worldwide, of physicians who practice Manual/Musculoskeletal Medicine (M/M Medicine). FIMM is a society according to Belgium law.

M/M Medicine is the true medical discipline of the most common causes of pain and disability, namely the reversible dysfunctions of the locomotor system and especially the spine.

M/M Medicine completes and complements the syllabus of both undergraduate and postgraduate education & training of physicians.

M/M Medicine is a specific help for the individual as well as economical for social expenditure.

 

Leaflet (accepted by the FIMM General Assembly 2005)

  • Introduction
  • Definition and goals
  • Definition of FIMM
  • Strategies and methods
  • Internal structure
  • Position and role for FIMM in health care
  • Resources


Elaborated by the FIMM Policy Committee*

 

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English leaflet: FIMM policy and mission (97.7 kb)

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French leaflet: La FIMM, de quoi s'agit-il? (100.6 kb)

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German leaflet: Leitbild (85.8 kb)

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How to fold the leaflet (182.5 kb)

* Guido Brugnoni, Italy • Timo Rousi, Finland • Andrzej Sadowski, Poland •
Peter Skew, UK (invited member) • Bernard Terrier, Switzerland (Chairman) •
Marie-José Teyssandie, France • Hans Tilscher, Austria • Wolfgang von Heymann, Germany



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