Dr. Good Joins Esteemed Faculty Presenting on Advances in Robotics
September 20, 2018 in News, Article, Awards & Recognition, Low-Back Pain, Mid-Back Pain, Neck Pain, Operative Care, Spinal Deformity,
Posted by Virginia Spine InstitutePosted by Christopher R. Good
Over 400 medical professionals, including 150 surgeons traveling nationally and internationally, gathered in Times Square, New York City for the premier spinal deformity event of the year. Dr. Good (Spinal Surgeon, Virginia Spine Institute) was selected as a member of the esteemed faculty for Medtronic’s “Skull to Sacrum” symposium. As a pioneer and a world expert in the field of spinal deformity and robotics, Dr. Good shared his expertise with physicians from around the world on the following topics:
- Minimally Invasive Robotic Spine Surgery
- Exploring New Technology, Navigation and Robotics in Spine Surgery
- Planning for Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery - Computerized Software
“I am honored to be part of this distinguished faculty. The opportunity to teach surgeons around the world about the exciting progress and advances in robotics lends great promise to the future of spinal health care,” comments Dr. Good, Spine Surgeon, Virginia Spine Institute.
Dr. Jeffrey Grum served as the event’s Program Director.