Become a Member

Rehabilitation professionals from all countries who identify themselves with the mission and goals of ISPRM and want to be a part of this global effort, can join ISPRM either through their National PRM Society or as Individual Members.

The membership dues for Individual Membership are EUR 30 per year or a discounted rate of EUR 50 for two years. If you are a member of a National PRM Society that is an ISPRM National Society Member, you are eligible to register for free as dues are paid by your society. Make sure to check in with your National Society to ask them for the National Society membership code that you need to register yourself with in our membership system.

If you are not sure about the process, check this graphic explanation, or contact ISPRM Membership Services through before applying or renewing.


Active Individual Membership

All physicians and surgeons qualified to practice in their own country, or retired from practice 5 years or less, who are interested in and/or concerned with the care of people with impairments and  disabilities.

Individual Associate Membership

Individuals with a degree/diploma in a health care/research profession/discipline with a primary interest in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine and management of people with disabilities.

Individual trainee

Individuals in training (residents, and fellows) in Physical Rehabilitation and Medicine programs. Trainees pay a reduced membership fee of EUR 15 per year.

Individual Medical Student

Individuals studying in the field of Physical Rehabilitation and Medicine. Medical Students pay a reduced membership fee of EUR 10 per year.

In addition to the above categories, there are several memberships that are granted upon nomination:

Individual Honour Role Membership

Granted by the Executive Committee to any Active Member following a recommendation of the Awards & Nominating  Committee, as a mark of respect in recognition of distinguished contributions to the field of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine.

Individual Emeritus Membership

Granted by the Executive Committee to any Individual Active Member who has been a member of the Society for at least ten  years, is retired from full time professional activity and requested Emeritus  status.

Individual Honorary Membership

Granted by the Executive Committee to any person who has made outstanding contributions to the management and care of  people with impairments and disabilities.