We are happy to inform you that NSpine, presumably the world's most Comprehensive Course in Spinal Surgery and Associated Specialties, will organize a Platinum Small Group Educational Event in Arosa, Switzerland.
The Platinum Small Group Educational Event series rekindle the traditional fireside case discussion concept in an intimate setting of expert faculty and master delegates.
Find out more about the faculty and venue in this newsletter.
Claudio Lamartina is the Director of Spinal Surgery at the Instituto Ortopedico Galeazzi and EFM Professor of Orthopaedics and Traumatology at the University of Milan. His extensive experience and interest includes all forms of spinal deformity surgery as well as advanced degenerative spine surgery. He is particularly experienced in the treatment of adult deformity, spondylolisthesis and revision surgery. Further professional commitments include being a Deputy Editor of the European Spine Journal and AOSpine European Board Chairman.
Michael Mayer is the Chairman of the Spine Centre of the Schön Klinik München Harlaching and Professor of Neurosurgery at the Paracelsus Medical School Salzburg. His clinical interest includes the management of spinal disorders in international elite athletes, minimal invasive spine surgery and microsurgery for degenerative disorders of the entire spine. His pioneering clinical work in spinal arthroplasty spans several decades. Further professional commitments include being Deputy Editor of the Global Spine Journal. He is past president of the European spine Society and a board member of the Eurospine Foundation.
Peter Varga is the Director of the National Centre for Spinal Disorders in Budapest and Chairman of AOSpine Hungary. His particular interest lies in the reconstructive management of primary tumours of the entire spine and pelvis for which he has received international recognition. His extensive practice sees patients with complex tumours from across the globe. Further interests include deformities of the adult and paediatric spine as well as degenerative disorders and the supervision of numerous research projects.
Bronek Boszczyk is the former Head of Service of the Centre for Spinal Disorders and Surgery of Nottingham University Hospitals and current Visiting Professor at Nottingham Trent University. His particular interest interest and expertise lies in complex reconstructive surgery of the entire spine including advanced anterior approaches in adult deformity. Further interests include adult and paediatric trauma and advanced tumour conditions. He is a Deputy Editor of the European Spine Journal and former AOSpine European Board member.