ISASS20 will take place Feb. 26-28, 2020 at the Puerto Rico Convention Center, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Learn about the latest techniques in spine surgery, including artificial disc replacement, endoscopic spine surgery, and robotic surgery from the experts. Participate in the largest international society focused exclusively on spine surgery. Varied learning techniques: Interesting symposia on medical malpractice in different countries, bone morphogenic protein, and operative microscope vs. endoscopic surgery Debates on endoscopic vs. minimally invasive Concurrent sessions to offer something for everyone View the schedule. Register, and book your hotel room. Early-bird pricing ends Jan. 6, 2020. Exhibit space is still available.
ISASS, the Innovation Society, is now accepting abstracts for ISASS20, which will take place Feb. 26-28, 2020 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Submit your leading-edge spinal research in the following topic areas: Arthroplasty Biologics and Stem Cell Therapies & Research Biomechanical Cervical ADR Cervical Degeneration Deformity Diagnostics & Imaging Endoscopic Epidemiology/Natural History Fusion Surgery Innovative Technologies Interbody Materials MIS Navigation/Robotics Non-Operative Care and Injection Therapies Outpatient Spinal Surgery Pain Management Pediatric Spine Sports and Spine Thoraco-Lumbar Degeneration Tumor, Trauma & Infection Value and Economics ISASS is also accepting submissions for innovative symposia, which can take the form of debates, case studies, discussions or other interactive formats. We suggest the following elements on symposia proposals: Target audience (for example: International spine […]
ISASS is looking for leading-edge research and thought-provoking symposia formats–debates, discussions, case studies–for ISASS20, which will take place Feb. 26-28, 2020 at the Puerto Rico Convention Center in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Members and non-members may submit abstracts. The deadline is July 8. Click here to create and account and start the process.
It is appropriate that ISASS19 is in Anaheim, California, the home of the Walt Disney’s original creation, Disneyland. Originally opened in 1955, Disneyland’s business model teaches us that to remain successful and relevant in today’s fast-changing world, it is important to evolve in a way that stays true to our roots. ISASS works hard to be a society that follows that lesson. ISASS was originally created as the Spine Arthroplasty Society, but several years ago the Board witnessed what was happening in the motion preservation world and decided that we had become more of a global family—not just geographically but also in terms of the diverse areas of science we were working in—and so we became the International Society for […]