Virtual Conference

Track: Minimally Invasive spine surgery

Spine Conferences


Reduced injury to muscles and soft tissue, less discomfort after surgery, a shorter hospital stay, and a quicker recovery and return to everyday activities are all advantages of minimally invasive spine surgery. Modern minimally invasive surgery (MIS) techniques enable spine surgeons to achieve the same objectives as open surgery while minimising the collateral harm associated with open procedures. When nonsurgical treatments, such as drugs and physical therapy, have failed to address the unpleasant symptoms produced by a back condition, spine surgery is usually advised. Using specially designed instruments, the surgery is performed using the tubular retraction system.