Over the past 20 years, there have been numerous Level 1 clinical trials and robust deliberations to establish cervical total disc replacements (cTDR) in the care continuum. As cTDR designs and indications continue to mature, the understanding of how to utilize these devices to optimize patient outcomes continues to be debated. The advancement in endplate designs, motion patterns and material options allow better patient driven implant choices.
In this NASS webinar, faculty will discuss technique-based algorithms for approaching cTDR cases from the routine to the complex. Furthermore, understanding the relationship between these decisions and patient short/long-term outcomes. Finally, a discussion of revision cTDR and the opportunity to maintain motion preservation with cTDR.
The webinar will be on Thursday, September 14 at 7pm CT.