Del 9 al 11 de Agosto de 2013 tendrá lugar en Detroit (EE.UU), el 4º Evento anual de la MINS (Sociedad de Neurocirugía Mínimamente Invasiva) , cuyo objetivo es proveer mecanismos de aprendizaje de estas técnicas y tecnologías a los neurocirujanos.
A continuación trasladamos la carta de presentación de la MINS, para este evento:
MINS – Improving Outcomes with Knowledge
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
Providers will learn improvement in techniques and technology for neurosurgeons, ENT, radiosurgeons, etc. This meeting will improve knowledge concerning the application and indications for the application of minimally invasive spinal and cranial techniques to help lower the learning curve in providers mastering the use of these various techniques. Providers will learn about the need for perioperative care covering three different phases including preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative. This activity will offer insights on how to counsel patients regarding their care throughout the perioperative phases.
Neurosurgeons, Specialty Physicians, Orthopaedics, Radiology, Radiation Oncology, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, and Allied Health Care Professionals.
• Apply minimally invasive spinal surgical techniques.
• Integrate minimally invasive cranial surgical techniques and applications.
• Counsel patients concerning peri-operative care.
CME Accreditation and Credit Designation
William Beaumont Hospital is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
William Beaumont Hospital designates this educational activity for a maximum of (13.25) AMA PRA Category 1 credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Non-Physician professionals should check with their individual credentialing body to confirm that participation in this CME activity will be approved for credit. All non-physician participants will receive an attendance certificate from Beaumont Hospitals.
All planning committee members and speakers have been asked to disclose any relevant relationships they may have with commercial companies. The presence or absence of relationships as well as off-label discussion of products will be disclosed at the time of the meeting.
Muwaffak M. Abdulhak, MD – Henry Ford Hospital, Southfield, MI
Edward Benzel, MD – Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Dennis Bojrab, MD – Michigan Ear Institute, Detroit, MI
Peter Chen, MD – Beaumont Hospital Radiation Oncology, Southfield, MI
Justin Craw, JD – Medical Protective, Fort Wayne, IN
Harold Deutch, MD- Rush Medical Center, Chicago, IL
Fernando Diaz, MD, PhD – Michigan Head and Spine Institute, Southfield, MI
Sonia Eden, MD – Neurosurgery of Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI
Daniel Fahim, MD – Michigan Head and Spine Institute, Southfield, MI
Daveed Frazier, MD – New York City Spine Surgeons, New York, NY
Francisco Gerardo Lopez-Espinoza, MD – Guadalajara Hospital University, Jalisco, Mexico
Peter Grunert, MD – Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Institute, New York, NY
Murali Guthikonda, MD – Detroit Medical Center, Detroit, MI
David Hart, MD – University Hospitals, Cleveland, OH
Girish Hiremath, MD – Ohio Health Neurological Physicians, Columbus, OH
Robert R. Johnson II, MD – Michigan Head and Spine Institute, Southfield, MI
Frederick Junn, MD – Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn, MI
Larry Khoo, MD – Los Angeles Spine Center, Los Angeles, CA
Ray Linovitz, MD – Medical Director for Orthofix, San Diego, CA
Rod J. Oskouian Jr., MD- Swedish Neuroscience Specialist, Seattle, WA
Mick Perez-Cruet, MD, MS – Michigan Head and Spine Institute, Southfield, MI
Ramiro Perez de La Torre, MD – XX1st Century National Medical Center, México City, México
Noel Perin, MD – NYU Medical Center, New York, NY
Daniel Pieper, MD – Michigan Head and Spine Institute, Southfield, MI
Charles Riedel, MD – Virginia Neurosurgeons, Arlington, VA
Matthew Rontal, MD – Rontal & Akervall Clinic, Farmington Hills, MI
Scott Saurbier, JD – Saurbier & Siegan PC, St. Clair Shores, MI
Daniel Sciubba, MS – John Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
Jeffrey Segal MD, JD – Medical Justice Services, Inc., Greenborough, NC
Richard Shapack, JD – Shapack Gurrola PLC, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Zachary Smith, MD-Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
William Tobler, MD – Mayfield Clinic, Cincinnati, OH
Gregory Trost, MD – University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
John Zinkel, MD – Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe, MI
6pm Friday Evening Welcoming Reception and Dinner at 42 Degrees North Restaurant
Keynote Speaker: TBD
Saturday August 10, 2013
7:00-8:00am Continental Breakfast with Exhibitors
8:00-8:15am Noel Perin, MD – Advances in Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery
8:15-8:30am Edward Benzel, MD – The Biomechanics of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
8:30-8:45am Larry Khoo MD – Biologic Use in Spinal Fusion
8:45-9:00am Rod Oskouian, MD – MIS Technique Education: Getting Surgeons over the MIS Learning Curve
9:00-9:15am William Tobler, MD – Anatomy of the Trans Psoas Approach
9:15-9:30am Daveed Frazier, MD – Far Lateral Technique for Deformity Correction
9:30-9:45am Daniel Sciubba, MD – MIS 360 Treatment for Spinal Tumors
9:45-10:00am Harold Deutsch, MD – MIS Corpectomy for Tumor and Trauma
10:00-10:30am Coffee and French Pastry Break with Exhibitors
10:30-10:45am Daniel Pieper, MD – Combined Modality Approach in treatment of Pituitary Adenomas “Surgical
10:45-11:00am Peter Chen, MD – Combined Modality Approach in treatment of Pituitary Adenomas “Radiotherapeutic
11:00-11:15am Murali Guthikonda, MD – Minimally Invasive Cranial Surgery
11:15-11:30am Zachery Smith, MD – Complications from MIS TLIF
11:30-11:45am Ray Linovitz, MD – Viable Stem Cell Allografts for Spinal Fusion
11:45-12 noon Frederick Junn, MD—Deep Brain Stimulation: Pearls Learned from 20 Years of Experience
12:00-1:00pm Lunch & Keynote Speaker: Fernando Diaz, MD, PhD – Establishing a Neuroscience Center of Excellence
1:00-1:15pm Charles Riedel, MD – No Sweat: Advances in the Treatment of Essential Hyperhidrosis
1:15-1:30pm David Hart, MD – MIS Trauma Treatment
1:30-1:45pm Gregory Trost, MD- Pitfalls in the Use of Image Guidance in MIS
1:45-2:00pm Ramiro Perez De La Torre, MD – Contemporary Management of Brain Metastases
2:00-2:15pm Girish Hiremath, MD – Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: Experience in the First Three Years of Practice
2:15-2:30pm Sonia Eden, MD – Sacroiliac Joint Fusions: Are they useful or not?
2:30-2:45pm Francisco Gerardo Lopez-Espinoza – Vertebral Augmentation Procedures: Results on Percutaneous
Vertebroplasty in a Community Hospital in Western Mexico
2:45-3:00pm Robert Johnson, MD – Pitfalls in Minimally Invasive Neurosurgical Coding
3:00-3:30pm Coffee and French Pastry Break with Exhibitors
3:30-3:45pm William Tobler, MD- Advanced Innovations in Pre-Sacral Approach
3:45-4:00pm Mick Perez-Cruet, MD – Advanced Innovations in TLIF Approach
4:00-4:15pm Fernando Diaz, MD, PhD – Advanced Innovations in Far Lateral Approach
4:15-4:30pm Matt Rontal, MD – Combined Endoscopic and Open Skull Base Surgery: Indications and Technique
4:30-4:45pm Scott Saurbier/Justin Craw, JDs, MBA – The Liability Picture & Importance of Metadata
4:45-5:00pm Richard Shapack, JD – What’s an LLC
5:00-5:15pm Jeffrey Segal, MD, JD – Managing Your Online Reputation in 2013
5:15-5:30pm Q & A
7:00–10:00pm Reception with a strolling buffet at the Coach Insignia
Sunday August 11, 2013
7:00-8:00am Continental Breakfast with Exhibitors
8:00-8:15am Dennis Bojrab, MD – Evolving Treatment of Large Acoustic Neuromas
8:15-8:30am Peter Grunert, MD – Tissue-Engineered Intervertebral Discs
8:30-8:45am Daniel Fahim, MD – Minimally Invasive Approaches for the Management of Metastatic Spine Disease
8:45-9:00am John Zinkel MD – Chip PLIF/TLIF with Single Side Plate/Contralateral Cage (500 pts. with cages)
9:00-9:15am Muwaffak M. Abdulhak, MD – MIS Corpectomy for Trauma
9:15am-Noon Select Abstract Session (Abstracts and Presentation Graded for Award Presentation)
Noon Meeting Adjourns
Abstract submission is encouraged: Please see www.MINSmeeting.org for details on abstract submission process. Abstracts
will be graded and awarded based on clinical merit (First Prize $500, Second Prize $300, Third Prize $200)
Register online at www.MINSmeeting.org
If Registered by July 08, 2013 or after July 08, 2013
Physicians $425 $500
Residents & Fellows $250 $300
Nurses /Mid-level Providers $185 $250
Exhibitors $2500 $2750
Additional Exhibitor $350 $350
Social Guest 13 & Over $100 $100
Social Guest 12 & Under $50 $50
Registration Fees Include:
Friday Welcoming Reception Dinner at 42 Degrees North Restaurant Attendees & Paid Social Guests
Saturday Education Sessions Breakfast & Lunch – Attendees Only
Saturday Private Strolling Buffet Dinner – Attendees & Paid Social Guests
Sunday Education Session & Breakfast – Attendees Only
No refunds will be made for cancellations received after August 1, 2013.
Hotel reservations must be made separately from your conference registration.
Please refer to www.MINSmeeting.org for complete Detroit Marriott lodging and reservation information.
MINS, ATTN: Jennifer Harris, 3577 W. 13 Mile Road, Suite 206, Royal Oak, MI 48073, [email protected]