Mark your calendars for the popular Specialty Society Session, taking place Friday from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This session brings together leaders from the Scoliosis Research Society, American Spinal Injury Association, North American Spine Society, and Cervical Spine Research Society to cover a wide variety of spine-related topics.
Moderators will host a variety of presentation topics, case presentations, debates, and discussions. Some of the topics include:
- Early-onset and Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis
- Prevention/Management of Complications
- Proximal Junctional Failure
- Decompression and Fusion? What Levels?
- Why a Long Fusion to the Pelvis When You Can Go Short?
- Surgical Management and Prognosis of Cervical Injuries in Athletes
- Clearing Athletes for Return to Play
- Vertebral Artery Injury
This program is presented in two 90-minute sessions and will feature a wide range of experts discussing treatment of adults and children. For more information, visit www.aaos.org/annual/education/specialty-society-sessions.