Recent years have seen significant advances in anterior scoliosis surgery especially in the domain of dynamic correction. Whilst these techniques are very promising, they are surgically demanding requiring both mastery of open anterior and minimally invasive approaches to both the thoracic and lumbar spine.
In recognition of the training need, NSpine is therefore providing advanced training which is combined cadaveric and live tissue in nature.
Delegates first learn the standard approaches and then hone these under live tissue conditions both with open techniques and minimally invasive and endoscopically assisted techniques.
This course is particularly relevant for experienced deformity surgeons who wish to expand their practice with anterior motion preserving technology. The event furthermore offers complications management during the live tissue component of the event.
The faculty consists of highly experienced spinal surgeons routinely having practiced these techniques for several years.
Join us for this exceptional educational event held at the IRCAD centre in Strasbourg, France which provides state of the art facilities for cadaveric and live tissue training.