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EduWeek 2022: Where spine expertise meets educational excellence

Dominique Rothenfluh, EUROSPINE Education Council Chair is looking forward to welcoming spine surgeons all over the globe to the world renowned IRCAD in Strasbourg, France on 27–29 June 2022 for

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Demand for user-friendly and versatile bone growth stimulators has surged

Osteoporosis and osteoarthritis are among the common disabling joint disorders that are affecting millions of elderly people across the world. Some of the most common sites of osteoporotic fractures are

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MOBIS® II ST – Variable and reliable implantation from SIGNUS

MOBIS® II ST is placed by a TLIF (Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion) approach in the L1–S1 spinal region. Its arc-like profile with large hollow openings guarantees a large contact surface

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Operating rooms are the climate change contributor no one’s talking about

Two surgeons-in-training suggest some sustainable solutions for climate change in their energy-intensive discipline In April 2021, during the Leaders Summit on Climate, President Biden announced his goal to drastically reduce

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Unravelling the origins of the human spine

The spinal column is the central supporting structure of the skeleton in all vertebrates. Not only does it provide a place for muscles to attach, it also protects the spinal

EVENTS NOVEMBER 2022

18-19 November 2022, Current concepts in spine deformity course; Poland

This curriculum-based, interactive regional course in spine deformity is designed for 150-200 delegates by the Scoliosis Research Society and regionally representative SRS members. These courses combine lectures, case presentations, and

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High-frequency spinal cord stimulation shows improved longer lasting pain relief

Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) for chronic pain involves delivering low levels of electricity directly into the spinal cord using an implanted device, which modifies or blocks nerve activity to minimise

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Easing access to quality post-injury care can save lives

Experts are launching a major study to help reduce the likelihood of people in developing countries dying unnecessarily from injuries caused by accidents or violence. Every year five million people