Volume 8 now available! More...
Q&A with Michael Grevitt, Davos Courses 2016 Director More...
Record number of abstracts submitted for the Global Spine Congress More...
Global Spine Congress AO Surgery Reference AOSpine Events
This course aims to develop skills in minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) focusing on microsu...
The focus of this course will be basics of research.
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Global Spine Journal / EBSJ
Books & e-books
Please save the date for the AOSpine North America Symposium on Spine Trauma on Thursday April 6, 2017 at the Lumbar Spine Research Society Annual Meeting. The symposium, moderated by Drs. Darrel Brodke and Jens Chapman will address the new AO thoracolumbar fracture classification system, post-traumatic TL kyphosis and TL spinal cord injury through the results of the STASCIS and NACTN data.
On behalf of the AOSpine International Board and the current Middle East Regional Board, we are pleased to announce a call for nominations for the election of the new AOSpine Middle East Board. All current and past Board and Council Officers are eligible to run for one of the available positions.
With commentary from leading authorities, the 8th volume in the Masters Series presents candid discussion of significant challenges faced by clinicians who treat back pain.
There have been a number of changes in this year's Davos Course format. In the following Q&A, Davos Course Director Mike Grevitt shares insights about this year's event program.
Do not miss the free webinar with Giuseppe Barbagallo on Thursday, 24 Nov.