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May 02, 2023

Missed a NASS Conference or Course? Watch Anytime OnDemand at Your Leisure!

NASS Members can stay up-to-date on the latest spine issues, education, techniques and technologies and learn at your own pace through our comprehensive library of online learning opportunities. Purchase these OnDemand recordings and watch sessions anytime at your leisure.

Biologic Interventions for Spinal Pathologies: Stem Cells, Growth Factors, and Novel Therapeutics

Experts from academia and industry will discuss the pertinent technologies and relevant issues in biologics use for spinal conditions. Learn more.

Best of 2022 NASS Annual Meeting

Each year the NASS Annual Meeting brings opinion leaders and industry together to continue and enhance their own education in best practices in spine care. This internet enduring activity takes the “Best of” sessions from the 2022 Annual Meeting and offers them as one package, providing the learner with the highlights of that year in one convenient internet activity. Learn more.

NASS 2023 Evidence & Technology Spine Summit

Explore the latest surgical, medical and collaborative topics, techniques and technologies in spine care through educational sessions including symposia and abstracts. Learn more.

Spine Education Series

The online series consists of 9 stand-alone modules addressing a wide range of spine and scientific topics presented by experts in their fields. Spine professionals can learn according to their specific interests and at a self-directed pace. Learn more.

MIS Series Course 1: Minimally Invasive Surgery for the Non-Minimally Invasive Surgeon

This interactive online course will alleviate the fear and concern towards adopting MIS surgery. Starting with the basics, it then proceeds to a series of case presentations by the faculty, discussing 4 common pathologies (lumbar discectomy, lumbar stenosis, spine fracture and spondylolisthesis) traditionally managed with open surgery. Learn more.

MIS Series Course 2: Radiation Reduction Strategies for Minimally Invasive Procedures

This interactive online course will teach effective strategies to reduce radiation exposure. The course begins with the basic physics of fluoroscopic technology and definitions of common terms used to describe radiation exposure. Faculty will review the biologic effects and risks of radiation exposure, and will provide a description of protective equipment for both providers and patients. Learn more.