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Scoliosis Research Society

Dedicated to the optimal care of patients with spinal deformity

Spine Deformity Solutions: A Hands-On Course

For residents, fellows and orthopaedic and neurosurgeons who have an interest in and are involved in spinal deformity management and treatment.

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Bangkok, Thailand - November 1-3, 2019

In conjunction with the Spine Society of Thailand (SST)

Siriraj Training and Education Center for Clinical Skill (SiTEC)

Registration Sold Out!      

        Final Program              

*Registration Rates (Registration is now sold out)
SRS Member - $1,000 USD
Non-Member - $1,200 USD

*The registration rates include the Welcome Reception and “Fireside Chat” sessions on Friday evening and lab sessions, presentations, video demonstrations, breaks and lunch on Saturday and Sunday.

The Peninsula Bangkok - Headquarters Hotel
333 Charoennakorn Road, Klongsan
Bangkok 10600, Thailand

2020 Hands-On Courses

Nijmegen, the Netherlands - June 17-19, 2020

Radboud University Medical Center

Registration Opens January 15, 2020             

 Preliminary Program              

Registration Rates:
SRS Member - $1,000 USD
Non-Member - $1,200 USD

Singapore - November 12-14, 2020

National University Hospital of Singapore (NUH)

Registration Opens July 2020         

    Program Coming Soon!              

2020 Corporate Support Opportunities
- The 2020 Corporate Support Brochure will be available Fall 2019
- Double Diamond and Diamond Level companies will have first offering of support for available stations.
- If you have questions or inquire further information, please email

Spine Deformity Solutions Course

Meeting Description

This hands-on course will provide an opportunity for participants to expand their knowledge and improve their skills through training and discussions with leading spinal deformity surgeons from throughout the world. Registration will be limited to ensure access to faculty, small-group interaction for better learning, and opportunities for hands-on work. A minimum of eight hours of the course will be devoted to lab work, with a strong faculty-to-learner ratio. Topics and lab sessions will cover all areas of the spine and a variety of conditions and techniques. The intimate learning theme will begin on night one with small group “Fireside Chats” with faculty and will proceed to presentations, video demonstrations and lab rotations on day 2 and 3.

Learning Objectives

As a result of participating in this activity, participants should be able to:

  • Identify appropriate options for cervical and adult deformity reconstruction
  • Employ techniques to avoid complications in spinal deformity surgery
  • Develop skills in complex cervical deformity correction Identify the appropriate indications for the use of spinopelvic instrumentation
  • Demonstration skills for the correct placement of spinopelvic instrumentation
  • Integrate techniques for posterior and anterior lumbo-sacral deformity corrections
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills for performing basic and complex spinal osteotomies



Please contact the SRS Meetings Team at or +1 414-289-9107 with questions.