Join us in China!

From May 15–17, 2014, the World Forum for Spine Research will gather renowned clinicians and established researchers in the fields of disc biology and biomedical engineering from the entire world in a unique, stimulating, and focused environment.

The World Forum for Spine Research has established itself at the forefront of international spine care research through its commitment towards supporting researchers in developing and promoting scientific innovation, collaboration and contribution in the field of Intervertebral Disc Degeneration.  The event is based upon a unique concept of a multidisciplinary meeting with a clear focus on one key topic.

The primary focus of this year's Forum will be the current understanding on various aspects of the Intervertebral Disc—from Degeneration to Therapeutic Motion Preservation.

Topics covered:

  • Disc degeneration—etiology, mechanism and diagnosis
  • Motion preservation—biology/biomechanics/clinical
  • Back pain—mechanisms and therapy

We look forward to welcoming you at the next World Forum for Spine Research in Xi'an,
China—May 15-17, 2014! Please check our website regularly as more information will be available soon.

This congress is CME accredited.

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Abstract submission for the World Forum for Spine Research 2014 is now closed! The Global Spine Journal published the full abstracts for the 2012 event - you can read them by clicking here.

 

 

Scientific program

The World Forum for Spine Research 2014 will discuss the Intervertebral Disc—from Degeneration to Theraupeutic Motion Preservation. See the full preliminary program details here.

 

In 2012, we discussed the Intervertebral Disc—from Degeneration to Pain. Download the scientific program from 2012, including presenter details, here (PDF).

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