This course is a concentrated review of current techniques for Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery with an experienced faculty sharing current research, techniques, and surgical pearls to introduce into techniques of Minimally Invasive surgery or improve the Minimally Invasive Surgical experience with the use of Stryker Spine Products. This program includes lectures by leading spine surgeons on MIS general technique for degenerative cases, open case discussion, and cadaveric lab for managing patients in the safe and effective use of Stryker Spine products. Participants will experience a comprehensive learning opportunity with a focus on MIS techniques with maximum surgeon faculty interaction.

Course Overview


Area of speciality: Spine

Series: Advances in Technologies & Techniques

Duration: 1.5 days

Type of course: Surgeons presentations; interactive case discussions; hands on cadaveric activities

Course objectives

After the course the delegate will be able to:

  • gain understanding of MIS (indication, limitations and surgical techniques)
  • explain MIS techniques of percutaneous stabilization(TL) (e.g. percutaneous pedicle screw placement) and MIS placement of Interbody devices or Vertebral body replacement

Delegate profile

This course is suitable for spine surgeons who would like to start using MIS/ percutaneous procedures

Additional Information

If you would like to attend this course please contact your Stryker Representative.