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ARTICLES

Surgeon in Focus – Dr Neel P Shah

Strengthening the physician team at DISC Sports & Spine Center in California (“DISC”), two new partners have recently joined the practice. Dr Neel P Shah is an orthopaedic spine surgeon

EVENTS JULY 2021

13-16 July 2021, NSpine Conference; Portugal

NSpine is proud to be coming to Porto for the first international event outside the UK. Porto is steeped in history and in typical Nspine tradition, the meeting and venue

MARCH 2021

22-26 March 2021, NSpine Arosa Winter Masterclass; Switzerland

Now in its 5th year, the NSpine Platinum Masterclass has become established as one of the premier international case discussion forums, renown not only for the complexity of cases discussed,

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18-22 January 2021, NSpine Platinum Masterclass; Switzerland

Now in its 5th year, the NSpine Platinum Masterclass has become established as one of the premier international case discussion forums, renown not only for the complexity of cases discussed,

COMPANY NEWS

Precision OS to host first-ever cadaver-less training course for surgeons at the Global Spine Congress

Precision OS Technology, developers of the medical-grade virtual reality learning platform that advances surgical readiness, announced recently its plan to host the first-ever cadaver-less training course at the Global Spine

ARTICLES

The IMAS technique – a phase shift in the philosophy of surgery

Consultant spinal orthopaedic surgeon at the Royal London (Barts Health NHS Trust) Syed Aftab, was the first robotic spinal surgeon in the UK. Here he discusses how the IMAS technique

EVENTS

23-24 January 2020, Anatomy and surgical exposure in orthopaedics course; Oswestry

The course is primarily aimed as preparation for FRCS (Tr&Orth) examinations and is appropriate for all levels of Orthopaedic Trainee from ST3. Outline programme is here 23-24 Jan 2020      Anatomy &

NEWS

Protocol reduces opioid use in spinal surgery patients

A novel “Enhanced Recovery After Surgery” (ERAS) protocol developed by Penn Medicine for patients undergoing spinal and peripheral nerve surgery significantly reduced opioid use. A new study published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: