SOURCE: Spine Centers of America

Spine Centers of America

June 13, 2012 16:24 ET

Dr. Bryan Massoud to Discuss Developments in Spine Surgery for Chronic Back Pain at Becker's Conference, June 15

Dr. Massoud Wraps Up Spring Endoscopic Spine Procedures Seminars at Cornell University

FAIR LAWN, NJ and CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - Jun 13, 2012) - Bryan J. Massoud, M.D., a board-certified orthopedic spine surgeon, founder of Spine Centers of America and noted endoscopic spine procedures instructor, will be a featured spine surgery expert in a panel focusing on "New Developments in Orthopedic and Spine Devices and Implants" at the Becker's 10th Annual Orthopedic, Spine and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference. The panel is Friday, June 15, 2:35 - 3:05 p.m., at the Westin, 909 North Michigan Avenue in Chicago. The conference brings together surgeons, physicians, administrators and ambulatory surgery center (ASC) leaders to explore how to improve ASCs and manage challenging clinical, business and financial issues.

"There are advancements every day in equipment and procedures for the treatment of chronic back pain through minimally invasive spine procedures to further improve clinical outcomes and reduce risk -- major benefits for the patient and surgeon," Dr. Massoud stated. "Spine Centers of America has been active in educating the medical community on minimally invasive spine procedures and the devices employed to provide back pain relief. I truly enjoy sharing details on proven, effective procedures and equipment with colleagues that can improve their practices and the lives of their patients suffering from spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease and other chronic back pain conditions."

Spine Centers of America will exhibit in booth #52 at the Becker's Conference, June 14-15, 2011 at The Westin. To request an appointment to discuss minimally invasive spine surgery, spinal fusion surgery options or surgical seminars, contact info@SpineCentersOfAmerica.com or 877 722 6008.

Endoscopic Surgery Training
Dr. Massoud, one of the most experienced endoscopic spine surgeons in the country, has just wrapped up the Spring 2012 series of workshops on spine surgery with a presentation on "Developments in Spine Surgery" to orthopedic surgery residents and faculty at Cornell University in New York. Dr. Massoud also conducted a series of surgical seminars in New Jersey, sponsored by Richard Wolf Medical Instruments Corp., in which he taught surgeons specific endoscopic spine surgery techniques. Workshops will resume in Fall 2012. Dr. Massoud also offers training opportunities for surgeons at Spine Centers of America. Physicians interested in participating may contact seminars@SpineCentersOfAmerica.com or visit www.SpineCentersOfAmerica.com.

Minimally invasive spine surgery procedures, such as those performed by Dr. Massoud, have been proven effective over the past 15 years and are quickly becoming the preferred treatment for many patients. The procedures use smaller incisions, leaving surrounding muscles and tissues intact, and avoid the use of general anesthesia, resulting in much shorter recovery times than traditional open back surgery procedures.

About Spine Centers of America:
Spine Centers of America's Board-certified orthopedic spine surgeons provide a "smarter approach," using advanced, proven minimally invasive endoscopic and traditional spine surgery techniques to help people with severe back injuries and conditions quickly return to an active life free of back pain. An early adopter of minimally invasive endoscopic spine surgery, SCA Founder Dr. Bryan Massoud is among the nation's most experienced spine surgeons performing and teaching endoscopic laser spine procedures. Visit www.SpineCentersOfAmerica.com

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