“The AANS/CNS Spine Section brings together neurosurgeons, orthopedic spine surgeons, spine surgery fellows, as well as residents and advanced practice providers focused on spinal surgery. The Spine Section advances our interests, represents us in national advocacy, and disseminates science. Becoming a member means joining this exceptional community and helping it grow.” ...Read More >
How would you manage this 50 yr old F presenting w/ severe LBP, inability to achieve an erect posture, and a painful partial L foot drop? She had prior surgery as an adolescent for AIS. She is otherwise healthy & non-osteoporotic.
Last week at the 2023 Annual #AANS/CNS #SpineSummit, I had the great privilege of debating Christopher Ames MD. While the crowd voted me as the winner, I am a very firm believer in AI and machine learning. Chris did a great job of presenting the cutting edge research 👇🏻 pic.twitter.com/sszlEMBIwa Retweeted by AANS/CNS Spine Section
Register today for the AANS Managing Coding & Reimbursement Challenges in Neurosurgery course. This live, online course will be offered in May/June and October, and is newly formatted with three subspecialties: Spine, Cranial and Pediatrics and Functional. ow.ly/Vcja50NmCejpic.twitter.com/bwJTuiEZdV Retweeted by AANS/CNS Spine Section