The world's best thinking about spines.
The field of spine surgery is evolving globally. With innovations originating in every continent, it’s imperative that those committed to advancing spine surgery have a platform for discussion and education that encompasses the international community. With members from around the globe and chapters in China, India, Korea, Latin America, the Middle East, Taiwan and Turkey, ISASS is the society for forward-thinking spine surgeons in tune with ideas, treatments, technologies, and scientific innovations from every corner of the world. You are invited to join ISASS to surround yourself with the world’s best thinking about spine surgery.
The International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery (also known as ISASS) is a global, scientific and educational society organized to provide an independent venue to discuss and address the issues involved with all aspects of basic and clinical science of spine surgery, motion preservation, stabilization, innovative technologies, MIS procedures, biologics and other fundamental topics to restore and improve motion and function of the spine and the patient. A place for surgeons, scientists, inventors and others dedicated to progress in spine surgery.
Membership is open to all spinal specialists, groups or organizations, including government whose common cause is the advancement of spine surgery. Membership categories shall be Regular with Surgeons and Scientists as sub categories under it, Affiliate with Industry as a sub category and Other membership with Resident, Fellow, Nurses, Physician’s Assistant, Physical Therapist and Retired as sub categories. The Society has been duly constituted under law with officers, directors and committees as defined in its bylaws. The Society is not-for-profit as defined by section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. tax code.
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