Lunch Workshop of our distinguished partner

Wednesday, 5 October
12:00-14:00

Medtronic
Room: A4
Care Continum for your Degenerative Patients
Faculty: Richard Assaker, Lille, France; Jörg Franke, Magdeburg, Germany; Mohammed Shamji, Toronto, Canada

Lunch

Revising degenerative patients, what are the options?
Richard Assaker, Lille, France

Residual pain after revision surgery, what’s next?
Mohammed Shamji, Toronto, Canada

A multi-disciplinary team approach, what are the benefits for your patient?
Jörg Franke, Magdeburg, Germany

Discussion and Q&A

Thursday, 6 October
12:00–14:00

Medtronic
Room: A4
Navigating for Outcome
Faculty: Erik van de Kelft, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium; Peter Vajkoczy, Berlin, Germany; Antonio Faundez, Meyrin, Switzerland

Lunch

Improving outcomes – the clinical and economical benefits of navigation.
Erik van de Kelft , Sint-Niklaas, Belgium

How navigation is changing my practice – a surgeon’s perspective.
Peter Vajkoczy, Berlin, Germany

Technological advancement – how navigation in deformity is today’s reality?
Antonio Faundez, Meyrin, Switzerland

Discussion and Q&A

Friday, 7 October
12:00–14:00

Medtronic
Room: A4
Treating spinal Metastasis from Guidelines to Clinical Practice
Faculty: Clement Werner, Zurich, Switzerland; Sean Molloy, Stanmore, UK; Klaus-Dieter Schaser, Dresden, Germany

Lunch

Update on spinal metastasis management – from minimal invasive techniques to en bloc excisions. Reconsideration of current guidelines.
Klaus-Dieter Schaser, Dresden, Germany

Minimal invasive treatment in multiple myeloma patients, Role of stabilization technique.
Sean Molloy, Stanmore, UK

Postoperative morbidity, mortality and quality of life of patients with spinal metastatic disease – role and potential of MIS technologies.
Clement Werner, Zurich, Switzerland

Case presentations / Discussion and Q&A