Nov 24

NASS 2014 HIGHLIGHTS

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NASS 2014 HIGHLIGHTS
 
 

Hyun W. Bae
Motion preservation at two cervical levels may make more sense than fusion
SAN FRANCISCO — The safety and efficacy of cervical total disc replacement was maintained at 5-year follow-up at levels seen in studies of the same prosthesis with shorter follow-up, regardless of whether the prosthesis was implanted at one or two levels of the spine, according to study data presented at the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting. Read more
 
     
 

Michael L.
Reed
VIDEO: NASS program co-chair speaks about the annual meeting
SAN FRANCISCO — Michael L. Reed, DPT, OCS, the executive director of the North American Spine Foundation and a 2014 Program Co-Chair for the North American Spine Society (NASS) Annual Meeting, speaks about this year’s meeting and its offerings for attendees. Watch video
 
     
 

Frank P.
Cammisa Jr.
Surgeon foresees role for titanium, 3-D printing in lumbar lateral access surgery
SAN FRANCISCO — Newer materials and designs are expected to support continued use of lumbar spine procedures performed through a lateral surgical approach, including standalone surgery intended to relieve pain from spine deformity, according to a presenter at the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting.Read more

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