„The scientific programme of this year’s conference in Frankfurt is truly exceptional, featuring cutting-edge research from renowned experts across a variety of fields.
Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in stimulating discussions and network with fellow professionals in an atmosphere of collaboration and innovation.
Don’t miss out on this unparalleled opportunity to expand your knowledge and enhance your career!”
The EUROSPINE Annual Meeting offers a cutting-edge scientific programme that showcases the latest research and includes presentations from renowned speakers in the field of spine care and surgery.
3 days full of learning, networking & research
In the growing spine session, attendees will learn about spinal anatomy, common disorders, emerging technologies, and techniques for monitoring and promoting spinal growth. The session will be followed by an interactive panel discussion with leading experts.
The cervical spine session will focus on the unique challenges and opportunities associated with the anatomy and function of the neck. Topics covered will include cervical spine surgery, spinal cord injury and rehabilitation.
The basic science session will explore the latest research and scientific developments related to spinal health and function. Topics covered will include spinal biomechanics, neurophysiology and tissue engineering.
The degenerative thoracolumbar session will cover common spinal conditions, such as degenerative disc disease and spinal stenosis, and their management. Delegates will learn about the latest surgical and non-surgical treatment options, including minimally invasive techniques.
Join us for this comprehensive conference day where you will gain valuable insight from experts in these four important areas of spinal health!
On the second day of the conference, the main session topics will be trauma & tumours, image & non-operating, specific show cases, complications & epidemiology.
The trauma & tumours session will likely focus on the latest research and techniques for treating spinal trauma and tumours, including surgical and non-surgical approaches. The image & non-operating session will explore new imaging technologies and other non-invasive approaches to spinal care.
The specific show cases session will feature presentations of specific cases that showcase innovative approaches to treating spinal conditions. The complications & epidemiology session will likely cover topics such as the incidence and risk factors for complications related to spinal surgery, as well as strategies for minimising these risks.
In the afternoon, there will be the 1st campfire session, which is an interactive discussion where participants can share their experiences and insights with each other. This session will provide an opportunity for attendees to engage in a more informal and collaborative setting, and to share their perspectives on the topics covered during the main sessions.
The adult spinal deformity lecture refers to abnormal curvatures or misalignments of the spine that occur in adults, which can result in pain, disability, and decreased quality of life. This is a complex condition that often requires a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment, including physical therapy, medication, and surgery.
The session on new techniques will deal – among others with the following new approaches and their pros and cons: minimally invasive surgery (MIS), artificial disc replacement (ADR), robotic surgery, 3D printing and customised implants and stem cell therapy.
The debate on new techniques and the use of MIS and MISS in spinal procedures likely explored the benefits and drawbacks of these minimally invasive approaches compared to traditional open surgery. MIS and MISS techniques aim to minimise tissue damage, reduce recovery time, and improve outcomes for patients, but they may not be appropriate for all cases.