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Robotic Simultaneous Lateral Posterior - Avery Buchholz, M.D., MPH

4th Annual Spinal Navigation, Emerging Technologies
and Systems Integration Course
Saturday, November 9, 2019

Robotic Simultaneous Lateral Posterior - Avery Buchholz, M.D., MPH

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CSRS 2019 Medtronic Workshop

CSRS 2019 Medtronic Workshop

 

Medtronic Sponsored Labs

Medtronic Sponsored Labs

 

Constructs for Challenging Deformities: How Technology is Impacting my Practice

meeting at scoliosis research society in Montreal

In this workshop we reviewed the latest technologies being used in high-demand spinal deformity cases, highlighting how pre-op plan-ning, navigation, robotics, and innovative implants can facilitate enhanced biomechanical performance and construct tailoring.

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2019 Buchholz AL. Resident Fellow Education Pathway: Transition to Practice. Pitfalls. North American Spine Society. Chicago, IL. Sept 25 2019.

The transition from training to practice can be one of the most daunting and critical periods in the life of a physician . Faculty will provide insight into navigating the period spanning the end of clinical training and the start of independent practice, as well as guidance for transitioning to a new position .

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2019 Buchholz AL. NuVasive X360. How it Has Affected My Practice. Pitfalls. North American Spine Society. Chicago, IL. Sept 26, 2019.

Registered practices and employers will be available at the Career Center booth for 30-minute time slots to answer questions, give advice, and promote their practice or open positions . There will be an updated schedule of presenters available daily at the booth .

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2019 Buchholz AL. Resident Fellow Education Pathway: Transition to Practice. Interacting with Industry, Including Ethics. North American Spine Society. Chicago, IL. Sept 27 2019.

Faculty will address the most daunting and critical periods in the life of a physician--from finding a job, and negotiating opportunities for success to clinical and practice-based challenges and pitfalls .

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2019 Buchholz AL. NuVasive. Deformity correction through use of reduction towers. International Meeting of Advanced Spine Technologies. Amersterdam, the Netherlands. July 17-20, 2019.

IMAST gathers leading spine surgeons, innovative research and the most advanced spine technologies in an international forum. For three days, surgeons from around the world will discuss, debate and demonstrate new spine techniques to help each other improve patient care.

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Viseon, Inc. Announces US FDA Clearance and Clinical Use of its Advanced High-Definition Real Time Imaging Technology for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Avery Buchholz, MD, assistant professor, Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Virginia, stated, "The ease of use with this system, enabling the entire OR staff to observe, was a large contributor to our success in this case. The light and image quality with Voyant were excellent. We were able to get the patient off the table quickly and did very well."

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Dr. Avery Bucholz is featured on "Live Well" to discuss minimally invasive spinal surgery.

 

UVA House Call: Dr. Avery Buchholz on Back Pain

Dr. Avery Buchholz from the University of Virginia Spine Center discusses back pain for UVA House Call on Wednesday, May 22.

 

Recent Talk Given at Global Spine Congress in Toronto

2019 Buchholz AL, Lieberman I. Medtronic Mazor X Stealth Edition. Advances in technology. Global Spine Congress. Toronto ON. May 15-17, 2019.

Global spine congress 2019 pictures