Dr. Richard Anderson, from the Pediatric Neurosurgery Center, taught a course on spine stabilization at the recent Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS).
Dr. Anderson is well known for his specialization in treating children with problems at the craniovertebral junction, a complicated area where the skull and the spine meet. He is a founding member of the Pediatric Craniocervical Society.
The half-day course he taught at the AANS meeting was titled Cranio-cervical and C1C2 Stabilization Techniques, Surgical Approaches, and Dr. Anderson says, “I have been one of the faculty teaching this course for the last 6-7 years now. I have provided the pediatric considerations for general neurosurgeons who take the course and need to care for patients with Occipital-cervical and C1-C2 instability.”
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