CO-DIRECTORS: Todd J. Albert, MD; Sigurd H. Berven, MD; Michael G. Fehlings, MD, PhD; R. Haid, MD; Lawrence G. Lenke, MD; and Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD
With so many spinal meetings coming your way, why add another one to your plate? Great question! We’ve got the answer.
With more than 25 years of success, Spine: Base to Summit continues to stand as the leading winter meeting for orthopaedic and neurological spine surgeons with its informative, engaging sessions covering adult deformity, trauma, degenerative, and more.
CHAIR: Michael G. Vitale, MD, MPH
CO-CHAIRS: John M. Flynn, MD, Lawrence G. Lenke, MD, Rajiv K. Sethi, MD and Juan S. Uribe, MD
The Safety in Spine Surgery Summit gathers a diverse faculty and sold-out audience of spine surgeons and spine team members to discuss the numerous safety and quality advances being made in spine surgery. This course is essential for the entire care team, from pre-op through recovery.
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM CHAIR: ADAM ARTHUR, MD
PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS: CORY ADAMSON, MD & ALBERT KIM, MD
The 68th Annual Meeting of the Southern Neurosurgical Society will take place February 22-25, 2017 at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World!
3 days of in-depth CME sessions
Special lectures from acclaimed neurosurgeons from around the country
Oral abstract and case presentations highlighting current and emerging technology
Distinguished Practitioner and Best Paper Awards
Welcome Reception, Family Night, Golf Tournament, and Closing Banquet to connect with your colleagues and their guests
The Unparalleled Luxury, Service, and Amenities of the Four Seasons Resort Orlando
CO-CHAIRMEN: George H. Thompson, MD and Jonathan Phillips, MD;
PROGRAM COMMITTEE: George H. Thompson, MD, Jonathan Phillips, MD and Suken A. Shah, MD
This year’s meeting rides on the back of previous meetings recognized for impressive take-away points and remarkable success in providing comprehensive overviews for current concepts in pediatric spine surgery. Observe expert faculty, attend in-depth lectures, join facilitated discussions, and study procedures that will assist every day, in-the-field activity surrounding all things pediatric spinal deformity. Please join us as we return for the 3rd International Children’s Spine Symposium in this remarkable two-day program.
COURSE CHAIRMEN: Harry Shufflebarger, MD, Randal Betz, MD, and Peter Newton, MD
Featuring an internationally recognized faculty of spine surgeons, join the Pediatric Spinal Deformity: On the Cutting Edge VI as this CME-accredited course highlights the latest developments in tackling challenging spinal issues such as adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, early onset scoliosis, neuromuscular deformity, spondylolisthesis, and more. As you discuss complicated cases and debate new techniques, this two-day program promises to provide fresh insights applicable for your daily practice.
THE Live, Interactive Surgery Course
CHAIRMEN: Munish C. Gupta, MD and Neill M. Wright, MD
In its seventh year running, Spine Masters’ Spine Surgical Techniques provides extensive educational experience and interaction with live surgery. This year’s meeting includes six live surgeries on movie theater screens, expert faculty lectures, interactive case discussions, and an optional cadaveric lab to apply techniques learned in the live surgeries.
COURSE DIRECTORS: Prachi Bakarania, DPT, BSPTS; Hagit Berdishevsky, PT, MSPT, DPT, MDT; Amber Sentell Mizerik, PA-C; and Michael G. Vitale, MD, MPH
A CME Course For Physicians, Physical Therapists, Patients, and Families
Presented by Columbia University, Division of Pediatric Orthopedics, Center for Conservative Treatment of Scoliosis
This course is an opportunity to learn about state of the art, non-operative treatment of scoliosis across the ages. Participants will emerge with a renewed appreciation of the three dimensional aspects of scoliosis and the full gamut of modern treatment options.
CHAIRMEN: Frank Phillips, MD; Todd Albert, MD; Alex Vaccaro, MD, PhD
PROGRAM DIRECTORS: Hyun Bae, MD; Greg Mundis, MD
The Cabo Meeting is not your typical “lectures and exhibit meeting.” In fact, it is refreshingly different, focusing lightly on lectures while zeroing in on lively discussion. It’s your chance to ask the questions you care about. How can you adapt to changes in healthcare? Which new technologies and techniques merit your attention? What tips can further improve your outcomes?
The 2017 KASS Annual Meeting will be held June 22-24, 2017 at the spectacular Grand Wailea Resort on Maui. The meeting will feature three days of scientific sessions and social events and will offer CME credit. Exhibits and hands-on workshops will also be available. The complete program and course brochure will be available in Fall 2016.
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.