Can spinal surgery be simplified for the better? 


This year’s symposium is focused on ‘Can spinal surgery be simplified for the better?’ The programme is a mix of general lectures, numerous patient case discussions, debates and several breakout sessions. 

This event brings together 200 surgeons from all over the world. The programme will be led by a team of 20 outstanding faculties. 

The host-chairman from the UK is Ian Harding and the scientific-chairman is Dr. Martin Gehrchen. Again, this year, we are pleased to be in collaboration with IGASS, also chaired by Dr. Gehrchen.


For surgeons with experience in the treatment of degenerative spine. 


The goal of this symposium is to provide an open forum for discussion, interaction and dialogue on controversial topics, to emphasis best practice. This programme is attended by surgeons throughout Europe and beyond. It provides a unique opportunity to each participant to meet and network with key opinion leaders from spine surgery in a highly interactive atmosphere. 


London, United-Kingdom


Course information