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Introduction to Spinal Endoscopy

Join us for an enriching journey into the world of spinal endoscopy

About the Introduction to Spinal Endoscopy Course

Consistent to its commitment of advancing education in spine care, EUROSPINE includes endoscopic spine surgery in its education agenda by offering this standalone introduction course. This minimally invasive surgical technique offers comparable efficacy and safety with less collateral damage and opportunities of achieving clinical success. This course will enable participants to stay abreast of technological advancements, modern surgical instruments and technique as well as updated evidence.

The introduction course follows a blended learning approach and will actively engage the learners. There will be e-learning video lectures, in-person skills laboratory and case based discussions, and a highly interactive discussion on avoiding complications in spinal endoscopy.

This comprehensive course will help spine surgeons make the first steps in spinal endoscopy. This course will enable you to widen the spectrum of the procedures you offer to your patients, allowing you to achieve highly rewarding and excellent surgical outcomes in disc and stenosis surgery in the lumbar spine.

Quick Facts

Live session date and time

27 June 2024 from 07:50 to 08:30 CEST



1 Pl. de l'Hôpital, 67000 Strasbourg, France

Max. attendees

24 delegates

Registration fees

EUROSPINE member: 800 EUR

Non-member: 1,000 EUR

CME accreditation

Course completion is achieved only after the completion of both the e-learning and live component.

We are currently in the process of applying for accreditation from EACCME. Once we receive confirmation of accreditation for our CMEs, you will be able to find them displayed right here.




A computer (Mac/PC) or tablet (Android/Mac) and stable internet connection are required to access the e-learning content.

The e-learning component is self-paced and will be available from 1 April 2024 on the EUROSPINE Learning Management System (LMS). The e-learning must be completed by the start of the live session.

Course completion

The course is only deemed as complete when participants have met ALL of the following conditions:

- Passed e-learning/pre-learning component of the course AND

- Attended the live session AND

- Submitted course evaluations for the e-learning and the live session component

Meet the Course Chairs and Faculty

Bertrand Debono, France

Course chair

Frank Hassel, Germany

Course chair

Miguel Loureiro, Portugal

Course faculty

Nicolas Pellet, France

Course faculty

Christoph Siepe, Germany

Course faculty

Ralf Wagner, Germany

Course faculty


Please note that this course is not part of the Diploma modules and must be booked separately. 

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