Welcome To The

20th Annual Selby Spine

 Post-Course Page

This is where you will be able to:

1. Complete your course evaluation

2. Attest to your credits

3. Print &/or save your CE Certificate

4. Download any presentations from the course that you would like!

Step 1: Course Evaluation

Please click on the link below to complete the course evaluation. 

Step 2:  Attest to your credits

The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

FORE designates this live activity for a maximum of 11 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 

Step 3:  Print &/or Save your Certificate

Click “DONE” to be re-directed to the certificate page, where you will be able to print &/or save your CE certificate.

** Please note, the Survey and Certificate Download is NOT mobile friendly. Please use a laptop or desktop computer to complete your survey**

Step 4:  Presentations

Course presentations will be available for PDF download within 3 business days following the course.  Presentations in blue are available to download now.

Day 1 – Thursday, Feb 2, 2017

 
SESSION I: FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE 
Update on ACA Impact on Patient Care in AmericaShelly Timmons, MD
Current State of the ACA and Possible Insurance Industry Directions in the Near and Intermediate FutureMark D. Hiatt, MD
Update on Legislative Direction on Health Care in AmericaCongressman Bob Dold
Session II: UPDATES ON TECHNOLOGY IN MISS
Radiation in Spine Surgery; Should We Be Concerned?Andrew Utter, MD
Current Trends; An Update on Navigation in Spine SurgeryTony Bozzio, MD
Robotics in Spine Surgery; Where are We Now?Tony Bozzio, MD
Neuromonitoring in Spine Surgery; An Evidence-Based UpdatePierce Nunley, MD
Session III: BIOLOGICS
Are Stem Cells Still the Future of Medicine or are They the Forrest Gump of All Treatments?Eric Muehlbauer, MJ, CAE
Spine Biologics; An Overview and Evidence-Based UpdateWellington Hsu, MD
Intradiscal Therapies; Can They Really Help?Farhan Siddiqi, MD
What’s New in Allograft Processing?Wellington Hsu, MD
Session IV: BIOMATERIALS
Intervertebral Implants; PEEK to Titanium – Was This Necessary?Adam Bruggeman, MD
What is a NanoSurface?Jean Jacques Abitbol, MD
Titanium Implants with NanoSurface; An Evidence-Based UpdateBarbara Boyan, Ph.D
Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: New Methods for Improving the Osseointegration of PEEKRichard Fessler, MD
New Biomaterials – The Case for Silicon NitrideSonny Bal, MD
Session V: EXPANDABLE CAGESTony Bozzio, MD
What’s New in Expandable Cages?Marc Weinstein, MD
DEBATE; EXPANDABLE CAGES IN MISS; ARE THEY WORTH THE EXPENSE?
PROSigurd Berven, MD
CONJean Jacques Abitbol, MD
Session VI: DEGENERATIVE SPONDYLOLISTHESIS
MISS TLIF is the Way to GoWellington Hsu, MD
Indirect Decompression is the Way to GoRick Sasso, MD
Interlaminar / Interspinous Implants are the Way to GoPierce Nunley, MD

Day 2 – Friday, Feb 3, 2017

Session VII: DEBATES & CASES
DEBATE: Advantages and Consequences of Disruptive Business Models in Spine Surgery Practices
PROReginald Davis, MD
CONThomas Freeman, MD
DEBATE: MISS is the Way to Go for Degenerative Scoliosis?
PRO Andrew Utter, MD
CONJohn Small, MD
DEBATE: Sagittal Alignment and Correction; Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far?
PROAlexander Vaccaro, MD
CONPierce Nunley, MD
CASE PRESENTATIONS; Cervical Myelopathy
Anterior Surgery is BestRick Sasso, MD
Laminoplasty is BestWellington Hsu, MD
Laminectomy and Fusion is best Steven Tresser, MD
DEBATE: Sacroiliac Joint Fusions Are Helpful
PROFarhan Siddiqi, MD
CONJean Jacques Abitbol, MD
Session VIII: DEFORMITY; THE BROAD PICTURE
Prevalence at Impact of Spinal Deformity in the Aging Spine; The Burden of DiseaseSigurd Berven, MD
Understanding Sagittal Balance; Radiographic Assessment and Goals of SurgerySteven Tresser, MD
Value Considerations in Adult Deformity SurgerySigurd Berven, MD
Session IX: THORACOLUMBAR DEFORMITY
The Transition from Degenerative Pathology to Deformity; the Importance of Lumbosacral Lordosis in Degenerative PathologyJohn Small, MD
When Should We Do Less? When Should We Do More?Marc Weinstein, MD
When to Say No to SurgeryMarc Weinstein, MD
Session X: CERVICOTHORACIC DEFORMITY
Radiographic Measures of Cervical DeformitySigurd Berven, MD
When to correct a deformity in the Subaxial cervical spine and when to correct deformity in the thoracic or lumbar spine; the importance of T1 slopeSigurd Berven, MD
Posterior osteotomies in the cervicothoracic spineJohn Small, MD
Session XI: COMPLICATIONS
Prevalence and impact of complications in complex spine surgeryFarhan Siddiqi, MD
Proximal Junction failure; Causes and solutionsSteven Tresser, MD
Reoarations in spine surgery; causes and solutionsSigurd Berven, MD
Session XII: CASE PRESENTATION 
72-year-old female with lumbar degenerative deformity, lumbosacral pain with L5 radiculopathySigurd Berven, MD
Limited Fusion at L4-S1seMarc Weinstein, MD
Fusion from T10 to S1Steven Tresser, MD