Invited Lectures | Workshops | Presentations | Visiting Professorships

Invited Lectures / Workshops / Presentations / Visiting Professorships

1.  Minimal Invasive Spine Course, 5-6 Oct 1995, Bochum Germany

Course lecturer, moderator, faculty member and demonstrator

i) ‘Instability and Anterior Spinal Fusion’

ii) ‘Complications of Laparoscopic BAK Anterior Interbody Fusion’

2.  Minimal Invasive Spine Course, 29-30 Jan 1996, Nottingham, UK

Course lecturer and demonstrator

i) ‘BAK Anterior Interbody Fusion: Preliminary Nottingham Results’

‘Indications and Technique of Laparoscopic BAK Anterior Interbody Fusion’

3.  4th Advanced AO Spine Course, 2-6 Sept 1996, Nottingham, UK

Course lecturer, faculty member and course demonstrator

‘Contrast Discography’

4.  Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery, Eurospine 96, 15 Oct 1996, Zurich, Switzerland

Mulholland RC, Lam KS

i) ‘Laparoscopic Spine Surgery’

5.  15th Percutaneous Endoscopic Spinal Surgery, 23-24 Jan 1997, Zurich, Switzerland

Mulholland RC, Lam KS

i) ‘Laparoscopic Anterior Spinal Fusion with the BAK Device:

The Nottingham Experience

6.  Laparoscopic BAK Spine Symposium, 21-22 Apr 1997, Milan, Italy

Invited surgeon, course lecturer and porcine workshop demonstrator

‘Laparoscopic Anterior Interbody Fusion with the BAK Interbody Device’

‘Indications and patient selection’

‘Operative technique’

7. EFORT, 24-27 Apr 1997, Barcelona, Spain

Prepared for Prof. RC Mulholland

i) ‘Laparoscopic Anterior Spinal Fusion: Anatomical Considerations’

8. Val D’Hebron, 7 May 1997, Barcelona, Spain

Prepared for Prof. RC Mulholland

i) ‘Laparoscopic and Anterior Fusion’

9. Egyptian Spine Society, 29-30 May 1997, Cairo, Egypt

Prepared for Prof. RC Mulholland

i) ‘Laparoscopic Spinal Surgery: Fad, Fashion or Future?’

10. International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Spine Instructional Course, 6-8 June 1997, Singapore

Guest lecturer and faculty member

BAK Symposium:

‘Biomechanical rationale of the BAK device’

‘Clinical results of the BAK’

‘Patient selection criteria’

‘Overview of specific surgical techniques’

11. 2nd European Advanced Spinal Surgery Forum, 27-29 Aug 1997, London, UK

Guest lecturer and faculty member

Endoscopic Lumbar Fusion:

‘Alternative techniques’

‘Patient selection’

‘Research evidence’

12. 5th International AO Spine Course, 8-11 Sept 1997, Nottingham, UK

Course lecturer, faculty member and demonstrator

‘Results of posterior surgery for fractures’

13. 8th International Congress of Lumbar Spinal Fusion and Stabilisation, 30 Sept – 4 Oct 1997, Texas, USA

Prepared for Prof. RC Mulholland

i) ‘Minimal Intervention Surgery: Fad or Future?’

ii) ‘Discography: Value and Significance’

14. Laparoscopic BAK Symposium, 7-8 November 1997, Lisbon, Portugal

Invited surgeon, course lecturer and porcine workshop demonstrator

Laparoscopic Anterior Spine Fusion with the BAK Interbody device:

‘Anatomical considerations’

‘Patient selection criteria’

‘Pre-operative planning’

15. AO Spine Course, Dec 1997, Davos, Switzerland

JK O’Dowd, KS Lam, RC Mulholland, M Harris

i) ‘BAK Cage: Nottingham Results’

16. 3rd World Combined Orthopaedic Research Societies of USA, Japan, Canada and Europe, 28-30 Sept 1998, Hamamatsu, Japan

Workshop on disc degeneration

i) ‘Role of Apoptosis in Disc Degeneration’

17. 9th International Conference on Lumbar Fusion and Stabilisation, 31May – 4June 1999, Cheshire, UK

Guest lecturer and faculty member

‘Disadvantages of Caged Fusions’

‘The Outcome of Endoscopic Caged Fusions’

‘Lumbar Disc High-Intensity Zones’ (Abstract)

‘Abnormal Cell Signalling in Degenerative Disc Disease’ (Abstract)

18. AO ASIS Comprehensive and Interactive Spine Faculty Course, 3-6 Oct 2002, Newport, Road Island, USA (Prepared for Mr J K Webb)

i) ‘Pain generators in black disc disease’

19. AO ASIS Comprehensive and Interactive Spine Faculty Course, 26-28 Feb 2003, Idaho, USA

     Prepared for Mr J K Webb

i) ‘Pain generators in black disc disease’

20. Nottingham AO USS Seminars

Course lecturer and demonstrator of scoliosis cases

i) 1st-2nd July 2002

ii) 11-12th Nov 2002

iii) 31st Mar – 1st Apr 2003

iv) 30th Jun – 1st July 2003

21. AO Spinal Forum, 29-30 Apr 2004, Royal Society of Medicine, London

Course Lecturer and moderator

i)     ‘Lumbar discography – can it help us?’

22. AO Spine Instructional Course, 5-6 May 2004, St Thomas’s Hospital, London

Course lecturer and moderator

i)     ‘Initial assessment and management of spinal trauma’

ii)    ‘AO Classification of Thoraco-lumbar fractures’

iii)   Case scenarios and discussion

23. British Orthopaedic Assn. (Society of back pain research section), Sept 17th, Manchester, UK

i) Disc replacement surgery: ‘Fuse, Refuse or Replace?’

24. British Orthopaedic Assn. Sept 17th 2004, Manchester, UK

  ‘Society of Back Pain Research’ – session moderator

25. AO Introductory Spine ORP Course, 3-4 Nov 2004, Dublin, Ireland

Course lecturer and moderator

i)  Spinal surgical approaches’

26. AO Comprehensive Spine Course, May 20th – 22nd 2005, Gauteng, South Africa

Course lecturer, moderator and practical supervisor

i) Facet injuries: anterior or posterior surgery?

ii) Treatment alternatives in anterior cervical discectomy

iii) Surgical treatment of cervical myelopathy – anterior or posterior decompression?

iv) Surgery for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis

v) New technology in disc herniation

vi) Role of bone substitutes and BMPs

27. Worldspine III Meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Jul 31st – Aug 3rd 2005

Invited speaker

Lumbar disc regeneration’

28. Combined BOA/BGS Instructional Course, Jan 13-15, 2006, Birmingham, UK

‘Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty’

29. Arab Health Congress, Jan 22-25, 2006, Dubai, UAE

‘Failed Back Surgery Syndrome’

30. 2nd AO Anglo-Iberian Course, May 25 – 26, 2006, Marbella, Spain

Management of steoporotic Insufficiency spine fractures’

31. Visiting Professor, Jun 2- 8th, 2006, Saqr Hospital, Ras Al-Khaimah, UAE (At the request of the UAE Ministry of Health)

i) ‘Fuse, refuse, replace’ for lumbar disc degeneration

ii) ‘Overview of kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty’

Also involved in outpatient spinal clinics and surgery

32. AO Spine Meeting Delhi, India, Jun 24-25th, 2006

Invited visiting Professor and course faculty

i. Cervical Disc Replacement – Present role and future status

ii. Biomechanics of thoraco-lumbar trauma

iii. Spinal Deformity Correction Overview

iv. Modern trends in the treatment of the Osteoporotic Spine

v. Introduction to Minimal Invasive and accees Spine Surgery

33. Spine 2006, 28 – 30/9/06, Jaipur, India (Visiting Professor)

i) Role of surgery in black disc disease – fuse, refuse or replace

ii) Bone substitutes and bone morphogenic protein for spinal fusion

34. GICD Meeting, 24/10/06, Istanbul, Turkey

i) ‘Is there a role of selective anterior fusion and correction for degenerative kyphosis’

ii) Update on vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty

35. Imperatives in Spinal Surgery, Nov 18-19, 2006, London, UK

i) Provocative tests and simple injections

ii) Interspinous spacers in back pain

iii) Vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty

iv) Debate on future role of lumbar disc replacement surgery

36. AO Spine Course (The Painful Spine), Nov 21–22, 2006, London, UK

i) Lumbar disc herniation

ii) Neuromuscular scoliosis

iii) Fusion versus disc replacement

37. AO Spine Forum, Nov 22nd, 2006, London, UK

i) The role of MRI and discography in the management of back pain

ii) Debate on ‘Surgery does nothing to help low back pain’

38. Visiting Professor, Jan 6-9th, 2007, Nasser Institute, Cairo, Egypt (At the request of the Egyptian Ministry of Health)

i) Surgical management of early onset scoliosis

ii) An Introduction to Minimal invasive Spinal Surgery

Also involved in outpatient spinal clinics and surgery

39. Visiting Professor, Saqr Hospital, Ras Al-Khaimah, UAE (At the request of the UAE Ministry of Health) – Oct 2007

The role of discography and MRI in the management of low back pain

Also involved in outpatient spinal clinics and surgery

40. Visiting Professor to Beijing Orthopaedic Conference, China, Dec 6 -7, 2007

i) Minimal Invasive and Minimal Access Spinal Surgery

ii) Cervical extension osteotomy in the management of fixed cervico-thoracic

kyphosis in ankylosing spondylitis

iii) Management of spinal metastastasis

41. Synthes Sales Force Training on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery, Mar 14 – 15 2008

Introduction to Minimal Invasive Spinal Surgery

42. 12th Ain Shams Spine Course, Alexandria, Egypt, Mar 20 – 21, 2008

Course lecturer and moderator

i) Role of disc replacement in the treatment of black disc disease

ii) Introduction to minimal invasive spine surgery

iii) Review of scoliosis

iv) Surgical management of spinal metastasis

43. 2nd AO (Spine II) Kuwait Course, April 10 – 12, 2008

i) When to address the spine in multiply injured patients?

ii) Multiple spine fractures

iii) Pyogenic spondylodiscitis

Also course moderator

44. IGASS Meeting, May 25, 2008, SpineWeek 08, Geneva, Switzerland

Strategies in the management of fixed cervico-thoracic kyphosis

45. SpineWeek 2008 –Geneva, Switzerland, May 26-31st 2008

Seminar on Motion Segment Preservation

Rationale on lumbar disc replacement surgery

Prodisc-L course chairman and discussion

46. Visiting Professor to Esbea Hospital, Tripoli, Libya, Aug 11 – 17, 2008 (At the request of the Libyan Health Ministry)

i) Management of Spinal Trauma

ii) Choosing fusion levels in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis surgery

Involved in outpatient clinics and surgery

47. AOSpine + EANS Live Tissue Training – Complications in Spinal Access Surgery

Sept 11 – 13, 2008, Strassbourg, France

– Course Faculty

– Lecture: ‘Thoracotomy, thoracoscopy and complications’

48. 15th Imperial College Spine Course, Oct 1 – 3, 2008

– Minimally Invasive Posterior Lumbar Surgery

49. Hong Kong Orthopaedic Association, Nov 28 – 30th 2008 (Guest Professor Speaker)

i) Minimal Invasive Posterior Fusion using the SpiRIT

ii) Minimal Access Anterior Lumbar Stabilisation

iii) Minimally Invasive Posterior Lumbar Surgery

iv) Role of Bone Grafts, Substitutes and BMPs in Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery

50. AO Spine Masterclass in Treatment of Low Back Pain, Sintra, Portugal, Apr 24-25, 2009

– Moderator and Lecturer

– ‘Diagnostic Tools’

51. Kuwait Neurosurgical Conference (Ibn Sina Hospital), Mar 16 – 17, 2009

i) Current concepts in the surgical management of metastatic spinal tumours

ii) Update in posterior minimal invasive lumbar spine fusion

iii) Surgical techniques in the management of complex spinal deformities

52. EFFORT Meeting, Jun 4 – 6, 2009, Vienna, Austria) – Guest lecturer

Spine Section – Update on minimal invasive posterior lumbar spinal fusion

53. Balloon Kyphoplasty Users Meeting London, Jun 25 2009

– Review of FREE Study – Level 1 prospective RCT versus conservative management of osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures

– Use of Novel TCP cement and percutaneous options for spinal trauma

– Case discussions

54. Spine Study Day, London Bridge Hospital, Sept 30, 2009

– Spinal surgical approaches

55. Biologics and Biomaterial Users Meeting, London, UK, Oct 1-2, 2009

Course faculty and moderator

– Risks and limitations of bone graft extenders: Do they need to be missed with autograft?

– Does clinical evidence justify the costs of BMPs in Spinal or Trauma therapy?

– A clinical overview of the risks and limitations of growth factors in spinal fusion

– Case debates

56. 3rd IGASS Forum, Oct 20th 2009

– Failed surgery in degenerative lumbar spine

– Catastrophic case in degenerative deformity

– Failed flexible devices

57. IGASS Meeting, Oct 20, 2009, Warsaw, Poland

Case presentation of failed back surgery syndrome

58. Eurospine, Oct 21 – 24, 2009, Warsaw, Poland (Faculty and Reviewer for meeting)

– Moderator of Trauma and Infection session, and Paper reviewer

59. Technical Tips and Error Avoidance in Spinal Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons, London, UK,  Nov 5-6, 2009

Course moderator and cadaver workshop

– Lecture: ‘Minimally Invasive options for posterior fusion surgery’

– Demonstration of percutaneous pedicle screws

60. Advance AOSpine Masters Course in Spinal Surgery, Nov 12th, 2009, (AO Course, Düsseldorf, Germany

– Minimal invasive posterior lumbar spinal fusion (presented in absentia)

61. Visiting Professor to Ibn Sina Neurosurgical Hospital, Kuwait, Feb 14 – 18th, 2010 (Ministry of Health invitation)

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

– Internal lectures to resident surgeons

62. 16th Annual Imperial Spine Course, London, Mar 1-2, 2010

– Minimally invasive lumbar spinal fusion

63. AO Spine Masters Symposium – Marbella, Spain, May 27-28, 2010

Course organiser and lecture

– Lumbar Disc Replacement Surgery: ‘Why I do it, when I do it, and how I do it’

– Case presentations

64. AO Spine Seminar: Disc Replacement, Curitiba, Brasil, Apr 23, 2010

– Post-operative management and rehabilitation protocols after lumbar disc replacement surgery

– Multi-level lumbar disc replacement surgery and its limitations

– Why do we need cervical disc replacement surgery?

– Prospective studies on cervical disc replacement surgery

– Strategies for failed lumbar disc replacement surgery

65. Annual Kuwait Neurosurgical Spine Course, Ibn Sina Hospital, Kuwait, May 2-4, 2010

– Role of bone grafts, bone substitutes, and BMPs in spinal fusion

– Cervical disc replacement surgery: Indications, techniques and pitfalls

– Spinal approaches to the spine

– Pedicle screws in the thoracic and lumbar spine

– Lumbar disc disease and the role of surgery?

– Lumbar disc herniation and its management

66. World Spine V Meeting, Santorini, Greece, May 7-9, 2010

Course session chairman

– The role of high pressure discography in the diagnosis of discogenic low back pain

– MRSA Spondylodiscitis

67. IGASS Meeting, Sept 14, Vienna, Austria

– 10 year follow of high-grade spondylolisthesis

68. Eurospine, Sept 15-17, 2010, Vienna, Austria

– Faculty, Programme Reviewer and session chairman for meeting

69. Visiting Professor to Ibn Sina Neurosurgical Hospital, Kuwait, Nov 6-12, 2010 (Ministry of Health invitation)

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

– Internal lectures to resident surgeons

70. Total Health Meeting for Consultants, London, Feb 1, 2011

– Profile of the International Orthopaedic Patient

71. Visiting Professor to Ibn Sina Neurosurgical Hospital, Kuwait, Mar 5-11, 2011 (Ministry of Health invitation)

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

– Internal lectures to resident surgeons

72. 17th Annual Imperial Spine Course, London, Mar 9-11, 2011

– Minimally invasive posterior lumbar surgery technique

73. GP Lecture, London, Mar 25, 2011

– Spinal back pain and management

74. Spinal Skills Course for the General Orthopaedic Surgeon, Apr 1-2, 2011

– Aetiology, investigations and treatment of spinal tumours

75. 5th Kuwait Neurosurgical Spinal Meeting, Apr 19-21, 2011

– Update on lumbar disc replacement surgery

– Minimally invasive posterior lumbar fusion

– Minimally invasive lumbar decompression and discectomy

– Minimally invasive anterior lumbar fusion

– Also involved in out-patient clinics, ward round and surgery

76. AO-Synthes Matrix launch event, Coventry, May 9-10, 2011

– Minimally invasive lumbar fusion – technique and indications

– Case discussions

77. AOSpine Course Okayama, Japan, May 28, 2011

– Minimal Invasive Techniques in Spinal Trauma

– Case presentations and discussions

78. Visiting Professor to Ibn Sina Neurosurgical Hospital, Kuwait, Nov 19-25, 2011 (Ministry of Health invitation)

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

– Internal lectures to resident surgeons

79. Visiting Professor to Kuwait Oil Company, Dec 2-5, 2011 (Kuwait Oil Company invitation)

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

80. Live pain management Workshop, Guy’s Hospital, Nov 12-13th, 2011

– What is the value of MRI and discography in the determination of discogenic low back pain?

– Live demonstration of discography

– Case discussions

– Session chairman

81. GP Orthopaedic Update – Low Back Pain, the good, bad and ugly. Jan 18th, 2012

– Low back pain, the good, bad and ugly

82. Mr Lam – Scoliosis Roadshow, China – Apr 9-15, 2012

– Scoliosis Treatment – Theory and Experience

– Update on minimally invasive lumbar fusion

– Outcome in MIS TLIF

83. 6th IGASS Forum, Amsterdam, Holland, May 27, 2012 – ‘Failed outcome despite proper treatment’

– Failed lumbar arthroplasty

84. Passionate for Spine Meeting, Down Hall, United Kingdom, Jun 25-27, 2012

– Session chairman

– MIS TLIF – A Personal Experience

– Outcome in MIS TLIF

85. Visiting Professor to Kuwait Oil Company, Jun 3-6, 2012 (Kuwait Oil Company invitation)

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

86. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Aug 25-27, 2012

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

87. Nuvasive MIS XLIF Spinal Course and Meeting, New York, USA, Sept 7-8, 2012

– Minimally Invasive XLIF case presentations

88. Nanjing Spinal Deformity Meeting, Sept 22, 2012

– Complex osteotomies in the management of spinal deformity in myelomeningocoele

89. Visiting Professor to Kuwait Oil Company, Oct 13-15, 2012 (Kuwait Oil Company invitation)

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

90. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Nov 10-12, 2012

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

91. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Dec 1-4, 2012

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

92. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Jan 26-27, 2013

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

93. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Feb 16-20, 2013

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

94. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Mar 23-28, 2013

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

95. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Apr 27-29, 2013

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

96. Rheumatology and Orthopaedic GP Symposium, May 18, 2013

– ‘Spinal Fractures: A Synopsis of a potentially catastrophic problem’

97. AOSPine Principles Specimen Course, Lucerne, Switzerland, Jun 27-28, 2013

– ‘Pedicle screw placement in the thoracic spine’

98. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Jun 22-24, 2013

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

99. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Jun 29-Jul 1, 2013

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

100. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Sept 14-16, 2013

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

101. London Bridge Orthopaedic Update Seminar, London, Sept 5, 2013

– ‘Who needs disc decompression, fusion or disc replacement’

102. IGASS Forum, Liverpool, UK, Oct 1, 2013

– ‘Two cases of surgically treated severe thoraco-lumbar kyphosis in myelomeningocoele: success vs disaster?’

103. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Oct 26-28, 2013

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

104. AO Fracture and Tumour Expert Group Meeting, Amsterdam, Holland, Oct 18, 2013

– Update and personal experience of the SynCage lumbar Evolution

105. Presentation to Physiotherapists, London, Nov 15, 2013

– Spinal injections: when and why I do it

106. Advanced Course in Minimally Spine Surgery, Barcelona, Spain, Nov 28-29, 2013

– ‘Traumatic fractures in osteoporotic patients: The use of augmentable pedicle screws’

– ‘Limitations in using MIS techniques in revision surgery’

107. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Nov 16-19, 2013

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

108. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Jan 18-20, 2014

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

109. Physiotherapy Masterclass, London, Jan 16, 2014

– ‘Do we need a new artificial disc in our back or not?’

110. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Feb 15-17, 2014

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

111. Qatar Spine Course, Qatar, Mar 2-3, 2014

– MIS TLIF in the degenerate lumbar spine

– Anterior approach in the treatment of deformity and scoliosis

112. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Mar 15-17, 2014

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

113. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Apr 12-14, 2014

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

114. Spinal Update GP Seminar, London, May 10, 2014

– ‘Molecular mechanisms of intervertebral disc degeneration and low back pain’

115. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, May 17-19, 2014

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

116. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Jun 14-16, 2014

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

117. Lecture to Premier Therapy Physiotherapists, London, Aug 20, 2014

– Cervical Disc replacement surgery

118. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Sept 13-15, 2014

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

119. 8th IGASS Forum, Lyon, France. Sept 30, 2014

– Severe Facet pain following 2 level Prodisc-L disc replacement treated with semi-rigid interspinous spacer

120. NASS Pre-meeting, San Francisco, Nov 12-14, 2014

– Indications for lumbar disc replacement with M6L

121. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Dec 6-8, 2014

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

122. Nuffield Physiotherapists, London, Nov 27, 2014

– Management of lumbar spinal disorders

123. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Jan 31-Feb 2, 2014

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

124. Physiotherapy Masterclass, London, Mar 18, 2015

– Return back to sports in adolescents after major reconstructive spinal deformity surgery

125. Spinal Update GP Seminar, May 9th, 2015

– Keyhole Spine Surgery: Fact, Fiction or Standard of Care?

126. Physiotherapy Seminar (Crystal Palace Physiotherapy Centre), May 12th, 2015

– Update on Minimally Spine Lumbar Fusion

127. Sagittal Balance Round Table (Depuy-Synthes Meeting), May 28th, 2015

– Far Lateral Approach (XLIF) to the Spine

– XLIF and restoration of sagittal balance in the treatment of degenerative scoliosis

128. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, May 30-Jun 2, 2015

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

129. Visiting Professor to Al-Seef Hospital, Kuwait, Jun 27-28, 2015

– Involved with out-patient clinics, ward rounds and surgery

130. London Pain Symposium, Jul 3rd, 2015

– ‘Failed Back Surgery Syndrome – Where has it gone wrong’