We are delighted to invite you to join us in Cape Town at the state of the art Sunskill Laboratory housed in the Biomedical Research Institute of Stellenbosch University for the first intermediate and advanced level cadaveric training course on cervical approaches and reconstructive techniques 21-22 February 2024. Our International and local faculty are selected for their recognised expertise and teaching ability, including several of the most renowned minimally invasive and reconstructive cervical spinesurgeons.
Two delegates will be allocated per workstation with rotating faculty to optimise training exposure.
Our delegates are typically experienced surgeons from across the globe who seek out NSpine training events – and especially the faculty – to hone their skills and acquire new cutting edge techniques. This workshop in particular is addressed at surgeons with an interest in cervical spine surgery but as yet limited experience.
Faculty will scale the workshop complexity according to delegate experience to allow individual training needs to be met.
Day one consists of posterior exposures and techniques.
Day two focusses on anterior exposures and techniques.
Delegates may register for one day or both days. See next pages for content.
Delegates may additionally attend the Cape Town International Spine Symposium which will be comprehensively focussing on the cervical spine 23-24 February at no additional charge. http://www.spinesurgery.co.za/ctiss2024/
This training event is designed with the working surgeon in mind to provide the necessary forum to work through techniques under expert guidance and return home with an enhanced or new set of skills.