May 2, 2016 - Michigan Head & Spine Institute Blog


For the 7th year the MINS (Minimally Invasive Neurosurgical Society), will host training for surgeons and clinicians from across the country and Mexico. They gather to share their innovative techniques in minimally invasive spine and brain surgery and discuss how to improve patient outcomes.  MHSI’s own Mick Perez-Cruet, author of the first textbook on minimally invasive surgical techniques, is president of the Society.

In addition to Dr. Perez-Cruet, those presenting at this year’s conference include many of MHSI’s neurosurgeons, Fernando Diaz, M.D., Daniel Fahim, M.D., Holly Gilmer, M.D., Jeffrey Jacob, M.D., Daniel Michael, M.D., Henry Tong, M.D., and Richard Veyna, M.D.

Who Should Attend Minimally Invasive Neurosurgical Society Conference

The purpose of this tMINS Logoeaching conference is to: 1) show clinical advantages of minimally invasive techniques in spine and cranial surgery; 2) expose new and innovative techniques that ultimately improve patient outcomes; and, 3) review and critically discuss minimally invasive clinical cases.

Those invited to attend include:  neurosurgeons, specialty physicians, orthopaedics, radiology, radiation oncology, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, residents, fellows, medical students and allied health care professionals. For more information visit  Or, register by July 21, 2016 for a discounted rate.