The annual Evidence and Technology Spine Summit will be held February 23 to 25, a recent new release reports. The event will be hosted at The Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah. According to the North American Spine Society (NASS), the summit is designed to provide attendees with an exploration of operative and nonoperative topics encompassing the latest spine care technology and techniques.
The event reportedly will offer an education program that includes pertinent scientific poster sessions, workshops and technical exhibits, and an in-depth review of current and emerging spine technology. The NASS adds that hands-on coding sessions focused on all aspects of spine care coding will be held February 24 to 25.
Topics listed in the event’s agenda, NASS reports, include management of cervical radiculopathy, new advances in understanding pain, spinal trauma, and new spine technologies.
The summit is reportedly open to physicians, allied health professionals, and other health care professionals. According to the news release, the summit aims to educate attendees in multiple facets of spine care, including reviewing specific pros, cons, and scientific evidence present in new spinal technologies, developing a nonoperative treatment plan for patients with lumbar spinal stenosis, and performing new physical exam techniques for patients with low back pain.
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