As one of the leading spinal deformity surgeons in the United States, Dr. Peter Angevine was recently invited to be on faculty at a 3-day hands-on course for an international group of orthopaedic and neurological spine surgeons.
Spine Deformity Solutions: A Hands-On Course, was put on jointly by the Scoliosis Research Society (SRS) and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) in Houston, Texas.
“We had over 30 attendees from all over the world including the US, Brazil, Argentina, Turkey, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Ireland, and Hungary,” said Dr. Angevine. “I was a hands-on tutor for the practical session teaching techniques for occipital, cervical, and thoracic instrumentation, cervicothoracic deformity correction techniques, and minimally invasive lateral fusion of the lumbar spine.”
Dr. Angevine is Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery and a member of the Spine Center at Columbia University/New York Presbyterian Hospital. He has advanced training in spine surgery from both neurosurgical and orthopaedic perspectives.
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