Dear Colleagues, dear Friends,
After two very special years we very much look forward to welcoming you personally, and hopefully under normalized circumstances, to the 11th NeuroSpine Meeting at the Kursaal in Bern on March 17, 2022.
This time we will focus on the highly relevant topics of “Revisions in Spine Surgery and Cervical Myelopathy”.
NeuroSpine is the advanced Course of the Swiss Society of Neurosurgery (SSNS), endorsed by the Swiss Society of Spinal Surgery (SGS), and the Swiss Federation of Clinical Neuro Societies (SFCNS).
As we take Neurospine into its next decade, the scientific program will again cover presentations on questions and challenges of daily practice and talks on basic and clinical research. The AOSpine session and the new session in collaboration with the EANS Spine section will reinforce our international scope.
As learning from negative outcomes of ourselves and others is known to promote at least as much self-improvement than sharing success stories, we will introduce the “What I would not do again” session. Together with a case debate on cervical myelopathy, we look forward to a very interactive discussion among speakers and audience.
NeuroSpine is addressed mainly to neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons with a strong interest in spine surgery, but anesthesiologists, neurologists, rheumatologists, interventional radiologists, chiropractors, physiotherapists, and osteopaths are welcome as well.
And, of course, you will have the opportunity to meet up with Sponsors, to extend your professional network and to share your knowledge and enthusiasm with colleagues and friends.
We are looking forward to meeting you in person at the Kursaal Bern in March 2022.
Professor Enrico Tessitore, MD PD Gregory Jost, MD
Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee
Professor Adrian Merlo, MD
Past Chair Scientific Committee