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The ONE Spine Course is specifically designed for orthopedic fellows and senior neurosurgical residents who are going to practice spinal surgery. The course will cover the latest advances in complex spinal disorders such as minimally invasive techniques, trauma, deformity, tumors, infection and imaging, as well as radiosurgery.

Pedicle Substraction Osteotomy was demonstrated by Christopher Shaffery, M.D. at the Seattle Science Foundation for the 6th Annual One Spine Residents & Fellows Course. 

An Anatomical Tour of the Craniocervical Junction was presented by R. Shane Tubbs, Ph.D., PA-C at the Seattle Science Foundation for the 3rd Annual One Spine Masters Course. 

We have attracted a world-class faculty who are truly experts in the field of robotic urology and they will be sharing the latest advances in renal and prostate robotics. Three (3) live robotic surgeries are planned which promise to be educational and provide the ideal forum for questions and answers.

Surgical Approaches to the Fourth Ventricle Tutorial was presented by Johnny Delashaw, M.D. at the Seattle Science Foundation for the 6th Annual Swedish Neuroscience Institute Brain Anatomy with Neurosurgical Application Course for Residence and Fellows. 

Live Transradial Access Case #3 was performed by R. Jeffery Wescott, M.D. at the Seattle Science Foundation in conjunction with Swedish Hospital for The Transradial Approach: A Case-Based and Hands-On Training Course.