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Research from around the world like that presented at WFMISS is helping the healthcare community continue to work to improve patient outcomes. - Dr. Solomon Kamson
BOTHELL, WA, April 11, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Later today, Dr. Solomon Kamson of the Spine Institute Northwest will be presenting research on minimally invasive spine surgery procedures at the 2014 meeting of the World Congress of the World Federation of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (WFMISS). The congress, held in Istanbul, will be held jointly with a meeting of the Turkish organization for minimally invasive spine surgery (TURKMISS) as well as several workshops. Bringing together surgeons and researchers specializing in minimally invasive spine treatments from across the globe, the congress is a prime opportunity for sharing the latest research findings and best practices in spine medicine.
Dr. Kamson will be presenting as part of a panel on less invasive surgical techniques for the spine. His presentation, "Full Endoscopic Lumbar Fusion Surgeries Performed in Outpatient Center - Outcomes Study," uses data from procedures performed at the Spine Institute Northwest. Kamson will present alongside researchers and surgeons from Brazil, Indonesia, the U.S., and the Ukraine, including Pil Sun Choi, M.D., the founding president of WFMISS.
"Gathering data from our patients and assessing the results of their procedures allows the Spine Institute Northwest team to better understand how to provide our patients with better care," explains Kamson. "Events like the WFMISS World Congress let us share our data, and compare our results with those of other researchers from around the world. Research from around the world like that presented at WFMISS is helping the healthcare community continue to work to improve patient outcomes."
Kamson and his research team thus far have found an outpatient facility to be a safe environment for minimally invasive spine fusion techniques. The physicians at the Spine Institute Northwest specialize in minimally invasive spine surgery procedures, including lumbar fusion, spinal decompression, and nerve excision. To learn more about Dr. Solomon Kamson and the Spine Institute Northwest, visit www.spineinstitutenorthwest.com.
About Spine Institute Northwest
Spine Institute Northwest has been providing quality healthcare services since 2000. The medical team at Spine Institute Northwest strives to deliver excellent medical service and care, such as laser spine surgery. The Institute's philosophy places a strong emphasis on early intervention, starting with an accurate diagnosis and initiation of proper treatment. At Spine Institute Northwest, the focus is on preventing the kind of chronic disability often associated with untreated or poorly managed, intractable pain. Learn more at www.spineinstitutenorthwest.com.
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