By popular demand, a one-day cadaver workshop on February 7, 2016 is finalized for those wanting more training in the YESS inside-out endoscopic technique.
This workshop will immediately follow the Cedars Sinai 15th Annual Symposium on Current Concepts in Spinal Disorders where Dr. Anthony Yeung will be moderating a session on endoscopic surgery. Please consider attending at least the Saturday session of the Cedars Symposium.
The mini-cadaver workshop will be offered especially for members of IITTSS, those who have contacted Dr. Anthony Yeung, or those who have had previous exposure to transforaminal endoscopic decompression for intradiscal decompression for discogenic pain and HNP.
A new 70 degree scope to observe annular tears, as well as techniques of foraminoplasty with newly available foraminoplasty instruments made only by Richard Wolf USA, will be demonstrated to previous cadaver workshop attendees.
There are already 10 attendees confirmed requesting advanced training. Participation in the hands-on cadaver workshop will be limited to 20 participants.
The mini-cadaver workshop through IITTSS is to update members on new techniques and instrumentation for discogenic pain from toxic annular tears, lateral recess stenosis, nucleus augmentation and interspinous stabilization, and DRG neuromodulation. Sponsors are Richard Wolf USA, Elliquence, and Stimwave.
Where: Las Vegas, Nevada
Venue: Hampton Inn
Cost: Attendance cost of $500 for IITTSS lifetime members; $750 for other interested members in the IITTSS database