I am sitting in front of my computer today looking at a hard drive with 3 TB of video from the 2021 Utah Spine Management Conference, that is just from the Friday Fellowship only day! I will be editing this down to make it easier to view and learn. We have 2 camera angles as well as the slide deck to produce. These are presentations from the following professionals who are at the top of their field. After their listing is a title of what their talk was about. These will be posted shortly, I will keep you updated as the process continues.
Dr. Kelly Hiatt – head and neck surgeon talking about the histology of ligament repair and the neurochemical process of wound repair.
Dr. Anton Bowden – mechanical and professional engineer speaking about mechanics of spinal ligaments. He is the director of the mechanical engineering laboratory at Brigham Young University.
Dr. Richard Jackson – neuroradiologist, reviewing spine images with a focus on the ABCD approach to organizing reading a MRI study.
Dr. John Edwards – neurosurgeon, reviewing videos of fusions, microdiscectomy and disc replacements.
The National Spine Management Group [NSMG] is an organization that prides itself on academic content and in creating this content, we need to pull professionals from all areas of science and healthcare. NSMG’s business policy is to respect the intellectual ownership of these professionals to foster a long-term relationship. We can do that by creating a royalty program which will create residual income for ALL instructors at NSMG, this includes Fellowship graduates. That is why these videos will have a fee attached and it is my hope that you will support these professionals in their continued work to bring their expertise and experiences to NSMG.
I also just received permission from the board of the ambulatory surgery center here in Buffalo where I just re-did my pain management rotations to create videos of procedures. These video platforms will be a major component of the evolution of the Fellowship program and will also be available for doctors to learn from in single modules for CE credits. I will have more information on these exciting developments to learn and collaborate with spine care professionals in your community. The focus of the Florida seminar is to bring EVERYONE up to date on the enhancements we have been working on for the last 18 months. I am looking forward to seeing all of you there. Be the best you can be…