About Us


The.M.I.S. is an Orthopaedic, Sportsmedicine  and Rehabilitation Center. It is the common “expression” of  Orthopaedic Surgeons : As. Prof. Ioannis Terzidis, Dr Aristotelis Sideridis, Dr Ethymios Papasoulis ans As. Prof. Trifon Totlis.

What characterizes TheMIS team is continuous scientific research in new surgical techniques and best clinical outcome. Fields of interest of the team’s practice are both conservative treatment with emphasis on novel therapies and therapeutic exercise, as well as minimally invasive surgery, combined with postoperative rehabilitation and personalized treatment protocols.

The athletic background of TheMIS team members was the stimulus to monitoring and medical coverage and care of elite professional and amateur sports clubs as well as elite and amateur athletes from individual sports.

An extended network of physiotherapists, ergophysiologists, sports trainers and health scientists work together with the core team, in order to offer the best clinical outcome for every single patient.

TheMIS provides a high level of service delivery with special certification from QMSCERT.

QMSCERT, is an accredited body of third party inspections and certification of management systems ISO 9001 operating in accordance with the requirements of ISO 17021 and certifies that TheMIS has established a quality management system which is in compliance with the international standard ELOT EN ISO 9001

TheMIS guarantees the protection of patients' personal data

GDPR: The protection of our patients’ personal data is of paramount importance. For this reason we take the appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect the personal data we process and to ensure that the processing of personal data is always carried out in accordance with the legal framework and the code of medical ethics both by us and by third parties who process personal data on our behalf.

TheMIS Ltd joined the action “ Competitiveness Tool Box”

The company TheMIS LTD based in the region of Thessaloniki joined the action “Competitiveness Toolbox” with a budget of 400 million Euros. The action aims to improve the competitiveness of small and very small enterprises, investing in their productive modernization, the adoption of standardization & certification systems, as well as branding and digital promotion. The total budget of the investment is 46000 € of which the public expenditure amounts to approximately 20000 € and is co-financed by Greece and the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union.