The 'No Consensus in Spine Surgery' programme is dedicated to fostering meaningful discussions on pressing issues within the field of spine surgery and brings together experts and practitioners to address crucial topics where consensus is lacking.
One of the pressing concerns in contemporary spine surgery involves the management of sagittal balance alterations, whether stemming from degenerative deformities or osteoporotic fractures. As the average age of our population continues to rise, these issues are becoming increasingly prevalent. To navigate these challenges effectively, we have enlisted the expertise of renowned international surgeons who have extensive experience in this domain.
During this event, our distinguished speakers will provide invaluable insights, share guidelines, and engage in interactive discussions. This programme aims to equip attendees with practical knowledge and solutions that can be applied in their day-to-day clinical practice.