This symposium provides the ideal opportunity to hear the very latest thinking on spine arthroplasty, see the latest outcomes data and interact with some of the most experienced practitioners in the field of spine arthroplasty as they discuss and debate the merits of motion preservation as a real and valid surgical alternative.
The program will explore the behavior of the functional vertebral unit, in both the cervical and lumbar spine, and how technology can allow the spine surgeon to restore physiologic movement while avoiding surgical complications.
The Berlin Hilton, located in one of the most historic cities in the world, will be the host venue for the Symposium offering first class accommodations as well as a state of the art conference facility to maximize interaction between faculty and attendees.
More info at: Website BerlinSymposium2016
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