Romanian Society of Osteoporosis and Musculoskeletal Diseases
SROBMS is a non-governmental, non-profit, national multi-disciplinary professional organization aimed to provide their members all the information and skills necessary for a good clinical practice in osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases. SROBMS provides a forum for the communication and exchange of current ideas concerning pathophysiology, diagnosis, prevention, treatment and management of osteoporosis and other metabolic bone and musculoskeletal diseases.
Osteoporosis is a disease which makes bones weak and fragile. This greatly increases the risk of breaking a bone even after a minor fall. The disease has no obvious symptoms, so many people don’t know they have osteoporosis until they suffer a fracture. Fractures can be life-altering, causing pain, disability and loss of independence.
The vision of SROBMS is a country with low number of fragility fractures and well trained and empathic physicians who ensure a healthy mobility as part of a fruitful ageing. The mission of the society is to promote bone and musculoskeletal health as a national priority.
25 YEARS OF OPERATION
SROBMS was launched in 1998 and since then is a full member of The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF). The actual society is the follower of the first Romanian osteoporosis organization called Romanian Bone Club, founded in 1993. SROBMS was founded by a small group of enthusiasts from different specialties lead by Dr. Daniel Grigorie, a renown Romanian endocrinologist.
Romanian Society of Osteoporosis and Musculoskeletal Disorders (SROBMS) provided several landmark contributions related to Romanian osteoporosis and parathyroid pathology since it was founded. Please read more about them on the dedicated page here.
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Membership applications are open. Join us today!
Membership is open to clinicians and researchers with interest in osteoporosis, metabolic bone diseases and musculoskeletal disorders: specialists and residents in endocrinology, rheumatology, orthopedics, geriatrics, rehabilitation medicine, radiology, internal medicine.
We think it’s worth joining. Here is why.
The main purpose of the association is to create the organizational framework that will allow health professionals from various medical fields to globally approach the issues of osteoporosis and those of musculoskeletal diseases, from the fundamental research, prevention and treatment of the diseases to a coherent management at national level.
We also aim to provide additional benefits that fall into the following four categories.
Access to exclusive resources, including research papers, journals, and relevant industry reports.
Discounts on events, including conferences, seminars, and various training workshops.
Networking opportunities with other healthcare professionals in the field.
Professional development opportunities.