Dr. Peter Angevine from the Spine Center had a non-stop schedule at the recent Scientific Meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS). He was either a Co-Director, a Panelist, a Discussant, or Faculty at each of the six sessions listed below.
Co-Director of a Practical Clinic on Fundamental Techniques of Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery.
Co-Director of a Practical Clinic on Advanced Techniques of Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery.
Faculty at a Practical Clinic on Coding, Compliance and Revenue Issues in Spine Coding.
Panelist during a Seminar on Management of Adult Scoliosis.
Discussant for research entitled, Cost-utility and Comparative Effectiveness Analyses of Laminectomy Versus Comprehensive Medical management for Lumbar Stenosis, presented at a Plenary Session.
Panelist in a seminar on Principles and Techniques of Deformity Correction in Adolescents and Young Adults.
In addition, Dr. Angevine served on all six of these AANS committees:
Whew! Way to go Dr. Angevine!
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