The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) is the Professional Body for the Physiotherapy profession in Ireland.
Our members have provided valuable services to our nation ever since the SPA was founded 30 years ago. They were applauded for their distinguished service.
OPTA represents more than 3,800 therapists and therapy students in Ohio. This organization is a chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, a national professional organization representing 100,000+ members.
NYPTA is “to represent and promote the profession of physical therapy in meeting the needs and interests of members in their service to society, and to develop and advance the art and science of physical therapy including practice, education, and research.”
BATA members are suppliers, AT professionals and organisations who provide support to individuals with disabilities who need Assistive Technology solutions.
The German Association for Physiotherapy (ZVK)
The German Association for Physiotherapy (ZVK) eV, founded on November 5, 1949, consists of the Federal Association and 12 state associations. The organization is federally structured to put all essential decisions on a broad basis. The regional associations are independent organizations (independent associations) that do their work at the grassroots and look after their members on site. This structure corresponds to the structure of the German health care system in its administration and in the organization of other interest groups in the health professions.
Danske Physiotherapists is a professional and interest association for almost 16,000 physiotherapists and physiotherapy students. The members are employed in hospitals, nursing homes, municipalities, private companies, etc. and self-employed with own clinics or clinicians.
The Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) represents 15,000 physiotherapy professionals and students across Canada.
With over 28 000 members, the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is the peak body representing the interests of Australian physiotherapists and their patients.
The California Physical Therapy Association is a Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association. As the third largest Physical Therapy association in the world, the California Physical Therapy Association has over 9,000 members and is the largest voice for the physical therapy profession in the state of California.
The CSP acts as the professional, educational and trade union body for over 59,000 chartered physiotherapists, physio students and physiotherapy support workers.
The IAHP - The International Association of Healthcare Practitioners is a professional network of more than 100,000 therapists.
Founded in 1951, the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT), is the sole international voice for physical therapy, representing more than 625,000 physical therapists worldwide through its 121 member organisations. The WCPT operates as a non-profit organisation and is registered as a charity in the UK.
APTA is an individual membership professional organization representing more than 100,000 member physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students.
The Aggregate National Federation of Associations of Physical Therapists (NFAPT) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) was founded on July 25, 1999 based on the Physical Therapy Act. Our member associations, directors, trustees, and staff all play an integral role in the NFAPT and contribute to its success. Member associations are composed of all Association of Physical Therapists in Taiwan.
This is the only wide-area corporation for a welfare equipment supplier licensed by the Ministry of Health and Welfare on May 22, 1996.
In response to the expansion of the social security system, the association will launch a national voluntary campaign to improve people's health and well-being, and will promote public relations to promote and promote the organizational activities of local residents. The purpose is to contribute to building a healthy and livable society.
Japan Association of Geriatric Health Services Facilities公益社団法人全国老人保健施設協会(Zenken) It is working with health institutions across the country to promote the healthy development of local communities, enable older people to live independently, and improve the quality of services.
The Brazilian Association of the Medical, Dental, Hospital and Laboratory Articles and Equipment Industry (ABIMO) is the representative entity of the Brazilian health products industry that promotes the sustainable growth of the sector in the national and international market.
Formed in 1989, the Association of Malaysian Medical Industries (AMMI), represents leading medical device manufacturing companies in the medical technology industry in Malaysia. AMMI currently has 73 member companies and collectively, they account for more than half of the total export revenue for “Made-in-Malaysia” medical devices.
The Japan Medical Device Association Federation (JFMDA) was established by the Medical Device Association in February 1984, which is composed of manufacturers and suppliers of healthcare equipment, devices, instruments and materials.
We are the Federation of Confindustria which unites, represents and enhances the companies operating in Italy in the medical device sector.
SNITEM is the first professional organization representing most of the industry in the medical devices and Information and Communication Technologies in Health (TICS) sector. It brings together more than 460 companies, including many SMEs.
The medico industry is the industry organization for companies that develop, produce, sell or otherwise have an interest in medical devices in Denmark.
The South African Medical Technology Industry Association was founded in 1985 and is the voice of the South African medical technology and in-vitro diagnostics industry.
The Canadian Assistive Devices Association will strengthen the assistive devices industry in Canada for the benefit of all members through advocacy, coordinated representation at all government levels, and business-building networking opportunities.
The ATIA is the premier organization for manufacturers, sellers and providers of assistive technology (AT)—products, equipment and systems that enhance learning, working and daily living for persons with disabilities.
The Indiana Medical Device Manufacturers Council (IMDMC) is an association of medical device manufacturers and other associated companies, formed in 1991, to promote the medical device industry.
Founded in 1996, the Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC) is the largest regional MedTech association in the United States, with over 300 members representing manufacturers, product developers, suppliers, research institutions and academic health centers.
The Medical Device Manufacturers Association (MDMA) is a national trade association based in Washington, DC providing educational and advocacy assistance to innovative and entrepreneurial medical technology companies.
Medical Equipment & Technology Association (META) is an organization for professionals that service and support equipment in the healthcare industry. META has the mission of being the focal point for resources, networking, and activities that will promote growth and unity for all in this profession.
JASPA is an industry association that links the distribution of assistive equipment manufacturers
The Accessible Design Promotion Council (ADC) is an organization where different industry groups come together and share information on projects related to accessible design (AD) and assistive devices, such as research, development, standardization, diffusion, and internationalization.
Committed to creating a society in which elderly and disabled people can live with peace of mind.
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Korea Medical Device Industry Cooperative Association is a representative organization of Korean medical device manufacturing company established in 1979.
The global elderly and disabled assistive devices market was pegged at $23.01 billion in 2018 and is projected to garner $35.60 billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of 5.5% from 2019 to 2026.