The SMISS Annual Forum is the only major meeting focused entirely on minimally invasive spine surgery. Other meetings dedicate a lecture or two, or even a session, to MISS, but at the SMISS Annual Forum minimally invasive spine surgery is front and center. If you already use MISS techniques in your practice, or want to add them to your tool box, there is no better meeting for you to attend.
This year’s Forum will be held in Las Vegas, September 14-16, 2017, featuring two days of presentations, papers, debates and workshops, plus an optional cadaver lab. The full spectrum of MISS topics will be addressed. In addition, there will be a special session on the role of MISS within the emergence of Ambulatory Surgery Centers.
Last year’s SMISS Forum received superb reviews. We hope you’ll join us in 2017 for the #1 meeting in MISS!
Hyun Bae, MD; Adam Kanter, MD; Isador Lieberman, MD, Course Co-Chairmen
Mastering Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, Changing Lives!
Optional Cadaveric Lab
Join small learning groups and practice hands-on techniques in minimally invasive spine surgery. Each workstation will present the latest technologies from various medical device companies, allowing surgeons to gain experience in a safe and directed environment. This event typically sells out well before the course, so register now! Registration Information
Call for Abstracts!
This year, the SMISS Scientific Program Committee will accept abstracts for oral or e-Poster presentation during the Annual Forum. Abstract Submission Deadline is June 9, 2017.