Dr. Anthony Yeung recently traveled to Ningbo, China, to teach his techniques in minimally invasive spine surgery. Dr. Yeung’s visit drew over 150 surgeons from East China! Continue reading for the article that appeared in the Ningbo Daily News.
“Inventor of Spine Endoscope Came to Ningbo to Teach; Drew more than 150 surgeons from East China to Learn”
In many people’s eyes, spine surgery is regarded as a high-risk surgery. If not carefully performed, it may cause irreversible paralysis. Since the time spine endoscope and surgery technique was invented, surgeons now can perform spine surgery under visual condition that significantly reduced such risk. Yesterday, the inventor of spine endoscope and surgery technique, Dr. Anthony Yeung, visited Ningbo to teach and drew more than 150 surgeons to attend the training.
Dr. Anthony Yeung, Chief Medical Officer of HJY-YESS, Professor of University of New Mexico, world renowned spine endoscopic surgeon, inventor of spine endoscope and surgery technique, elected top 100 surgeons of 2015 in USA, more than 25 years clinical experiences and exceeded 10,000 procedures, came to Ningbo to teach. The training was also co-sponsored by Yinzhou People’s hospital, Ningbo Medical Association-Orthopedic Chapter, and Ningbo Chinese-Western Medical Joint Commission- Orthopedic chapter.
At this point of time, minimally invasive spine surgery has been widely carried out in many major hospitals of east China. In Ningbo, it’s estimated about 10,000 cases of MISS was performed annually.
Translated from the “Ningbo Daily News”