100 spine surgeons meet at K2M's symposium: 4 details

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | April 30, 2018 | Print  |

K2M hosted its annual Meeting of Minds, in Chicago, April 20 to 21. The symposium is K2M's largest comprehensive medical education program.

Here are four details.

1. More than 100 spine surgeons attended the meeting where K2M offered interactive discussions and case presentations on spine surgery issues, including cervical deformity correction.

2. K2M also encouraged surgeons to participate in clinical workshops featuring the company's spinal balance portfolio.

3. K2M also featured its Balance ASC, a surgical solutions platform focused on achieving spine balance by addressing each anatomical vertebral segment.

4. Spine surgeons who chaired the Meeting of Minds included:

• Oheneba Boachi-Adjei, MD
• Thomas Errico, MD
• Harry Shufflebarger, MD
• John Kostuik, MD

"K2M is proud to advance patient care by affording the world's spine surgeons with world-class medical education opportunities on the latest technologies and techniques in treatment," said Dr. Kostuik. "This year's meeting featured expanded sessions on cervical deformity and three-dimensional correction. We want to thank all who attended, and we look forward to continue supporting surgeons worldwide by inventing new technologies that ultimately improve the lives of people with spinal deformities."

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