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Multidisciplinary Current Approaches Workshop was held at Atlas University Medicine Hospital Cerebral Palsy.

Atlas University held the Current Approaches in Cerebral Palsy Workshop at the University Campus Valley Auditorium with the slogan “Never underestimate the power of a child with Cerebral Palsy”.

The opening speech was made by Atlas University Medicine Hospital Chief Physician Dr. Instructor More than 200 participants showed interest in the Workshop, which was held by its member Çağrı Serdar Elgörmüş. Dr. Elgörmüş said: 'We wanted to share our knowledge sharing pool with larger masses by holding these scientific meetings, which were born out of necessity, this time together with the names of the authors of the field,' and in his statement, "Our esteemed professors, who honored us with their Presidency in the Sessions," said Elgörmüş. Dr. Mine Caliskan, Prof. Dr. Ayşe Resa Aydın, Prof. Dr. Tuncay Centel and Prof. Dr. I would like to thank Hidayet Akdemir. In addition, Specialist Dr Ece Gültekin, Dr. Lecturer Hande Kızıltaş, Prof. Dr. Ece Gültekin, who made this scientific organization valuable with her valuable presentations and contributions. I would like to express my gratitude to my professors Dr Mehmet Müfit Orak, Associate Dr Akif Albayrak, Associate Dr Timur Yıldırım, Associate Dr Ali Şeker, Dr. Lecturer Ali Osman Muçoğlu, Specialist Doctor Yeşim Ünveren, Specialist Doctor Senem Şahin.”

Atlas University Rector Prof. Dr. Mustafa KÜÇÜK, in his speech, said, “It is estimated that there are 17 million children in the world, over 60 thousand in Istanbul alone. This is an insignificant number. I believe that the outputs of this workshop, hosted by our University Hospital Medicine Hospital, will serve science and wish them success.

Medicine Hospital, which has been providing health services for more than twenty years, was selected as the 2020th largest hospital in Istanbul in the list of private and foundation hospitals published by the Ministry of Health at the end of 6. With the center established within the hospital, individuals with Cerebral Palsy who need a multidisciplinary approach for accurate diagnosis, follow-up and treatment are followed closely by a large team of staff.

At Medicine Hospital, the treatment and follow-up processes of more than 4 children with CP sequelae continue in the last 400 years, with the support of Pediatric Neurology, Pediatric Physiotherapy, Pediatric Orthopedics and Pediatric Neurosurgeons, speech-language therapists and other related branches.

At the end of the workshop, the previously announced book lottery was held. The winners were presented their gifts by Chief Physician Dr. The call was given by Serdar ELGORMUS.