September 2 - 5, 2020
The Castellvi Spine Symposium is designed for surgeons and non-operative clinicians with specific interest in disorders of the spine. Distinguished faculty will present the latest advances in the field. Topics covered will include stem cell therapy, complex reconstruction, artificial disc replacement, use of biologics, spine biomechanics, management of complications, treatment modalities for osteoporosis, and emerging technologies.
November 6 - 7, 2020
Annual course focused on highlighting the advancements in Spine Surgery with a focus on hands on experience with surgical techniques and the latest technology. The course gathers experts from the field of spine, both Neurosurgical and Orthopedic, to provide instruction on the many approaches to complex spine pathology. There is also a strong and varied industry presence with access to the newest technology in the spine surgery, both presently available and on the horizon.
February 4 - 6, 2021
Annual course focused on microsurgical and endoscopic skull base approaches to tumors and vascular pathology. This course is taught by leaders in skull base neurosurgery and ENT with emphasis on hands-on learning. The course takes place at the AHN Center for the Surgical Arts, a state of the art cadaveric dissection lab, with direct guidance and instruction from the many national and international experts present at the course.
March 19 - 20, 2021
Annual course in honor of the late Dr. Walter Grand and continuing his legacy of excellence and advancement in endoscopic neurosurgery. The course focuses on hands on experience with endoscopic approaches to a wide range of neurosurgical pathology with instructions from innovators and world leaders in endoscopic neurosurgery.
April 29 - May 1, 2021
The 15th Annual Dr. Walter Grand Neurosurgical Forum is an informal conference where Neurosurgeons are invited to discuss topics of their choice in a collegial atmosphere and focus on topics not generally covered in the national meetings. The conference is open to Attending doctors, residents, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and lab staff, and while the conference is a neurosurgical conference, doctors in neurology, anesthesia and other specialties are also welcome to attend.
October 16 - 17, 2021
The Temporal Bone Workshop is an intensive two-day course during which medical and surgical otologic issues will be reviewed with hands-on anatomic sessions. Participants will have the opportunity to individually practice anatomical temporal bone dissection and various otologic operative techniques. This workshop is intended for otolaryngologists interested in the most recent developments in temporal bone surgical techniques.
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