Virginia Spine Institute Hosts ‘Dinner & Discussion’ Event on Ultra Minimally Invasive Procedures.
On Wednesday, December 5th, Virginia Spine Institute Spine Surgeons Dr. Colin Haines and Dr. Christopher Good hosted local physicians, physician assistants, physical therapists, and chiropractors for an interactive evening of dinner and discussion. Orchestrated on the tail end of Virginia Spine Institute's inaugural milestone surgery, this evening was designed to connect with industry peers and discuss how modern medicine is reshaping patient safety and recovery.
As one of the elite few in the nation who specialize in this procedure, Dr. Haines highlighted the benefits of endoscopic spine surgery as an ultra minimally invasive surgical solution for herniated discs and nerve compression. Dr. Good, a pioneer and world expert in the field of robotic-guided spine surgery, discussed how robotic technology is enhancing surgical accuracy in complex spinal deformity procedures, thus resulting in improved patient safety.
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