The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) is the primary source of information for diving and hyperbaric medicine physiology worldwide. The UHMS is an international, non-profit organization serving over 2,500 members from more than 50 countries. The UHMS's purpose is to provide scientific information to protect the health of sport, military and commercial divers and to improve the scientific basis of hyperbaric oxygen therapy, promote sound treatment protocols and standards of practice and provide CME accreditation.

European Portal Site for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. The European Commission encourages communication and Cooperation internationally, in many fields of Science and Technology (COST). Since 1999, the EC has been organising such a programme for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, under the title Action B14. The Site gives details of the status of HBOT in Europe.

South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society (SPUMS) (Australia) The South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society was founded in the early 1970's.
The aims and objectives of the society are To facilitate information and research on all aspects of underwater and hyperbaric medicine.

The EUBS is a Scientific Society dedicated to the study and promotion of diving and hyperbaric medicine. This Website is intended to provide you with information on the goals and activities of its Society. You will find information on its Annual Meetings, as well as reprints of the Quarterly Newsletter.

The Hyperbaric Medicine Today journal is an international publication with more than 2000 readers in over 60 countries. Their readers are scientists, physicians, nurses, technicians, divers, and respiratory therapists working in the field of wound care, diving, and/or hyperbaric medicine. They report on breaking news from around the world while keeping up to date on events.

The Ocean Hyperbaric Neurologic Centre is believed to be the original centre specializing in the neurological applications of hyperbaric oxygenation and the potentially recoverable brain.

HYPERBARIC-OXYGEN-INFO.COM   is all about romoting public awareness of Hyperbaric Oxygenation.

Neuro developmental Disabilities Portal of India. Udaan for the differently able, the main activity centre for foundation for spastic and mentally handicapped persons.

The Diving Diseases Research Centre or 'DDRC' was established in 1980 to research the effects of diving on human physiology. The Diving Diseases Research Centre aims to continue to develop as a Centre of Excellence in Europe for Baromedical Research, Education and Treatment, while promoting, providing and increasing the availability of high quality cost-effective hyperbaric oxygen therapies.

The European Committee for Hyperbaric Medicine (ECHM) studies and defines common indications for hyperbaric therapy, research and therapy protocols, and common standards for therapeutic and technical procedures, equipment and personnel, cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness criteria. It also Acts as a representative body with the European health authorities.

Asian Hyperbaric & Diving Medical Association was formed in 2005 to provide a forum of professional scientific communication among individuals and groups involved in hyperbaric and diving medicine in Asia and the Asia-Pacific region.

Cerebral Palsy Foundation of India (CPFI) is an association of Professionals and Parents of Children with Cerebral Palsy. CPFI is a Registered Trust which is exclusively dedicated for the person with Cerebral Palsy. The mission of the Trust is to assist persons with Cerebral Palsy and Allied Disorders throughout the world. Regardless of their physical, mental and spiritual well-being, race, caste or severity of their disability.

Institute of Child Development (ICD)   is a trusted name in the field of Child Development and Childhood Disability. It is the brainchild of a group of Professionals working with children with Neurodevelopment Disorders and Neuromuscular Diseases. It is the only Paediatric Rehabilitation Centre in Delhi which works exclusively for High Risks Infants, Children with Brain Injury, Delayed Milestones and Developmental Disabilities.