Tag: SRS

Highlights of the SRS 2019 annual meeting

Paul Sponseller, president of the Scoliosis Research Society (SRS) 2019–2020, talks to Spinal News International about the society's 54th annual meeting (18–21 September, Montreal,...

Minimally invasive placement of pedicle screws may lower incidence of proximal...

A recent study found that using a minimally invasive technique (MIS) for the placement of pedicle screws at the upper instrumented vertebra lowered the...

Increased radiation but “no benefits” in pedicle screw accuracy with navigation

A recent study found no improvements in pedicle screw accuracy but increased radiation using intraoperative computed tomography (CT)-based navigation compared to a freehand technique...
Wellness

International interest in physician wellness escalates

Speaking anonymously to Spinal News International, a career and life coach for physicians said that the most effective way to address the issue of...

Scoliosis Research Society collaborates with corporate partners and International Spine Study...

The Scoliosis Research Society (SRS) has partnered with Globus Medical, K2M, Medtronic, NuVasive, Zimmer Biomet, and the International Spine Study Group Foundation (ISSGF) to...

Two-year Scoli-Risk-1 data offer revealing adult spinal deformity results

A number of studies presented at the Scoliosis Research Society Annual Meeting (SRS; 21–24 September, Prague, Czech Republic) and at Eurospine (5–7 October, Berlin,...

New ASD frailty index links severe frailty to increased length of...

A new model for measuring frailty in adult spinal deformity (ASD) patients has been assessed by the International Spine Study Group (ISSG) for its...

No increase in pregnancy-related back pain, complication or sexual dysfunction following...

Surgery for female adolescent idiopathic scoliosis patients appears to have no impact on complication rates for future pregnancy, according to data presented at the...