Camber spine to launch OLIF training program for surgeons

Alan Condon -   Print  |

Device company Camber Spine is launching a multicity surgical training series for oblique lateral interbody fusion, beginning Feb. 27 at the Miami Anatomical Research Institute.

The program offers surgeons the opportunity to expand their options accessing the anterior spine through an oblique approach. Educators will offer didactic sessions, hands-on cadaveric training and case reviews.

The OLIF technique is a less invasive approach to the lumbar spine, which allows for faster recovery time and minimized psoas disruption, according to Camber Spine. The approach is designed for improved disc space visualization and offers surgeons the ability to access multiple levels through one incision without repositioning the patient.

The OLIF program will also take place in Las Vegas on May 1 and Austin, Texas, on Sept. 1, before returning to Miami Nov. 6. Additional dates and locations will be announced in the coming weeks.

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