Innovasis hosts over 40 of surgeons at their 8th Annual Spine Symposium in Deer Valley, Utah.
SALT LAKE CITY, April 16, 2019 – Innovasis, Inc., successfully hosted their 8th Annual Spine Symposium at the Montage, Deer Valley in late February. Over 40 surgeon attendees participated in the symposium and joined in panel discussions.
This year’s symposium focused on a wide range of topics including: Patient Safety and Quality of Care, Anterior and Lateral Approaches to the Spine, Management of the Cervical Spine, Minimally Invasive Approaches, and Healthcare Economics. The sessions were moderated by chair’s Dr. Sigurd Berven and Dr. James Schwender and a highlight from Scott Becker.
“The content and location make the Innovasis course at the Montage one of the top learning programs on the spine calendar. This course brings together experts across the continuum of care for spinal disorders to discuss important issues in the management of spinal disorders, to learn from one another, and to work toward development of an evidence-based approach to appropriate spine care,” said Dr. Sigurd Berven, Symposium Co-Chair. “This comprehensive spine course offers a expert diverse faculty that continues to outperform. This is amongst the best courses in terms of up to date concepts and techniques of spinal care. I would highly recommend attending this course or in unbiased comprehensive review of the latest techniques,” said Dr. James Schwender, Symposium Co-Chair.
Innovasis would like to thank our Symposium chairman, faculty, and panel participants who made this year’s agenda and meeting a success. Video footage and presentations from the 8th Annual Spine Symposium can be accessed at https://www.innovasis.com/2019-symposium-presentations.
About Innovasis, Inc.
Innovasis is a groundbreaking company engaged in the research, development, manufacturing, and marketing of spinal implant devices and related products. Innovasis offers a spinal product line with implants and instruments that address the major pathologies and focus areas of traditional spinal surgery.