NuVasive has announced its participation at the 30th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) Joint Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves, 5-8 March, Orlando, USA.
With several thousand surgeons in attendance, the theme of this year’s meeting is “putting patients first in an era of change and solutions for the future”. NuVasive will demonstrate its comprehensive spine portfolio and offer two “What’s New sessions”.
“Every year we look forward to partnering with the joint spine section (AANS/CNS) and participating in the annual meeting,” says Pat Miles, president of Global Products and Services. “This year’s theme directly aligns with NuVasive’s commitment to truly transform the quality of patient lives with game-changing technology. Our commitment extends beyond our products and procedures to include patient education programmes like The Better Way Back and The NuVasive Spine Foundation. Our innovative solutions and well-established patient education programmes are an invaluable part of our commitment to further the quality and future of spine patient care.”
NuVasive is scheduled to participate in the following events at AANS/CNS:
- NuVasive Exhibit Booth #106: The NuVasive exhibit booth will feature a number of innovative, minimally disruptive products and procedures including: XLIF, MAS TLIF, MAS PLIF, PCM, Bendini, Precept, NVM5, and Biologics.
- NuVasive “What’s New Sessions”: NuVasive will host two 10 minute presentations in the exhibit hall-demo theater.
– Thursday, March 6th from 10:00 – 10:10 a.m. titled, “Medialized Minimally Disruptive PLIF”, presented by David Jones.
– Friday, March 7th from 9:30 – 9:40 a.m. titled, “Computer Assisted Rod Bending”, presented by Robert Isaacs.
- NuVasive will participate in two special courses in the Americas Seminar Room:
– Wednesday, March 7th from 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. titled, “Advanced MIS Techniques – Managing MIS Complications”, led by course directors: Daniel J Hoh and Langston T Holly.
– Friday, March 7th from 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. titled, “Hands on Spine: Indications, Techniques and Complication Avoidance for the NP/PA”, led by course directors: Michael P Steinmetz, Andrea L Stayer, and Daniel J Hoh.