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Call for Partner Clinics /

Individual Clinicians

The International Arthrofibrosis Association (IAA) invites you to collaborate with us in our mission to improve outcomes for individuals affected by arthrofibrosis. As a leading organization dedicated to advancing research, education, and support in this field, we believe that collaboration with clinics and clinicians like you is essential in achieving our goals.

About the International Arthrofibrosis Association (IAA)

The IAA is committed to promoting better understanding and outcomes for individuals grappling with arthrofibrosis. Through the dissemination of scientifically referenced information, advocacy, and community engagement, we strive to improve the lives of those impacted by this condition.

Why Collaborate with the IAA?

  • Learn from Our Expertise: Partnering with the IAA provides you with an opportunity to learn from our expertise in the field of arthrofibrosis. By collaborating with us, you can gain valuable insights and knowledge that can enhance your understanding and management of this condition, ultimately improving outcomes for your patients.

  • Share Your Experiences and Insights: Partnering with the IAA allows you to share your experiences and insights from treating arthrofibrosis with a global audience. By contributing to our knowledge base, you can help advance the understanding and management of this condition within the medical community.

  • Potential for Research Collaboration: Collaborating with the IAA opens up opportunities for research collaboration. By working together, we can drive forward innovative research initiatives aimed at improving treatment outcomes and patient care.

  • Recognition and Visibility: Partner clinics and clinicians will be listed under "External Links" on the IAA website, providing recognition and visibility within our network and beyond.

Guidelines for Collaboration

  • Treatment: Please adhere to the recommendations and guidelines provided by the IAA in the treatment of patients suffering from arthrofibrosis.

  • Promotion: Do not promote treatment, advice, or information that deviates from the IAA recommendations (e.g., alternative medicine) in the name of the IAA. We prioritize the dissemination of scientifically referenced information and advocate for approaches that have been proven effective in the management of arthrofibrosis.

  • Alignment: If your current practices deviate from the IAA recommendations, we may be unable to cooperate at this stage. We encourage collaboration with partners who share our commitment to evidence-based care and patient well-being.
     

If you are interested in collaborating with the IAA or have any questions about partnership opportunities, please contact us at through the form below. We welcome your participation and look forward to working together to make a positive impact in the field of arthrofibrosis.

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