Dr. Alfred T. Ogden, neurosurgeon at the Spine Center at Columbia University Medical Center, was part of the faculty for an all-day Practical Course and Dinner Seminar on Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery at the recent meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.
This hands-on course focused on minimally invasive procedures for both the cervical and lumbar spine and included techniques for decompression, fixation, and fusion. The indications, results, and potential complications for these procedures were discussed at length.
Dr. Ogden completed a fellowship training in minimally-invasive spine surgery and is the only area neurosurgeon with this specific training. In addition, Dr. Ogden specializes in the treatment of spinal tumors and complex spinal disorders, as well as the use of spinal radiosurgery.
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