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COURSE CO-CHAIRMEN: Hyun Bae, MD; Adam Kanter, MD; Isador Lieberman, MD
The SMISS Annual Forum is the only major meeting focused entirely on minimally invasive spine surgery. If you already use MIS techniques in your practice, or want to add them to your tool box, there is no better meeting for you to attend. This year’s meeting will feature two days of presentations, papers, debates and workshops, plus an optional cadaver lab. In addition, there will be an added session on the role of MISS within emergence of Ambulatory Surgery Centers.
COURSE CHAIRMEN: Todd Milbrandt, MD and Jeffrey Sawyer, MD
A Comprehensive Course For Senior Residents, Fellows, and Early Career Surgeons. Featuring: 10 hours of hands-on cadaveric labs; Trauma, Deformity, Infection, Sports; Upper Extremities; Lower Extremities; Spine; and Hip
DIRECTORS: Larry Lenke, MD and Chris Shaffrey, MD
“The best and most informative spine meeting I’ve been to in 25 years!” —Past Attendee
This growing course tackles current challenges, research, and outcomes in adult and pediatric spinal deformity in a unique, case-based format. The sessions are designed to be comprehensive, with insights you can apply in your practice immediately.