For the 8th year the MINS (Minimally Invasive Neurosurgical Society), will host training for surgeons and clinicians from across the country and Mexico on Friday, June 2 and Saturday June 3. They gather to share their innovative techniques in minimally invasive spine and brain surgery and discuss how to improve patient outcomes. This year’s session includes a Cadaver Lab, to be held in the Simulated Learning Lab at William Beaumont Hospital – Royal Oak. This year’s lab will focus on lumbar approaches and lumbar and thoracic approaches.
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, Daniel Fahim, M.D. will also be teaching and presenting.
If you are a clinician and would like to participate, register by clicking here.
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 www.MINSOCIETY.com.