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Minimally invasive therapy is a recent development in Medicine and the progression of conventional surgery. It is based on treatments without the need for extensive ‘open’ surgery using natural portals and accurate navigation in 3-dimensions to access deep structures in the body. Various systems are able to perform treatments including removal of tumours and ablation of local diseases.
Over the last 25 years this approach has revolutionised medical therapy in nearly all parts of the body but nowhere more profoundly than in the brain and spine. The European Foundation of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy was established to prompt minimally invasive therapy for diseases of the central nervous system to alleviate human suffering using the least invasive methods. The Foundation is based in the Swiss capital’s canton of Bern and governed by the federal laws of Switzerland for charitable foundations.
The mission of the European Foundation of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy is to promote the development and provision of minimally invasive therapies. It supports research and education in the specialty. The Foundations accepts donations for this purpose and supervises the provision of support in accordance with its rules. The Board members are unanimous in their dedication to acting without cultural, racial and other types of prejudice and in accordance with the highest standards of ethical and scientific rigor.