Teaming up with the LES Society: NYC Training Lab Feat. Dr. Fassil Mesfin

Teaming up with the LES Society: NYC Training Lab Feat. Dr. Fassil Mesfin

Teaming up with the LES Society: NYC Training Lab Feat. Dr. Fassil Mesfin

Dr. Fassil Mesfin, MD, PhD, FAANS, FACS, joins the senior faculty at the LES Society Training Lab in New York City as a featured proctor. SpineFrontier teams up with the LES Society to make collaborative and educational events like this possible.
Teaming up with the LES Society: NYC Training Lab Feat. Dr. Fassil Mesfin
Dr. Mesfin – board certified in neurosurgery, assistant professor and director of complex spine and spine oncology, University of Missouri Neurosurgery – educates attendees alongside proctors Dr. Joseph Aferzon, Dr. Dante Leven, Dr. Jeffrey Bash and Dr. Kingsley R. Chin. The Training Lab offers attendees a weekend of education and networking opportunity with top professionals in the industry.

Dr. Mesfin – certified with the American Board of Neurological Surgery – specializes in complex spine tumor surgery – minimally invasive surgery and pain modulating procedures. His research interests include back pain, brain damage and injury, cerebrovascular disease, cerebrovascular surgery and more. He treats congenital and developmental brain and spinal malformations, lumbar stenosis, neck injuries and scoliosis, among a variety of other neurologic and spinal conditions. Dr. Mesfin offers his services at the MU Neurosciences Center Spine Program. [1]

Dr. Mesfin attended Albany Medical school and completed his neurosurgical spine oncology fellowship at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. [2]

This LES Society Training Lab features a didactic and cadaver lab as well as a lively discussion on business and medicine at New York’s nightlife hot spot Tao. Paying special attention to arthroplasty and the engineering process from concept to reality, the Training Lab provides a setting for surgeons, surgeon entrepreneurs and inventors to practice more complex osteotomies and deformity techniques.

Due to tremendous interest in this event, the Training Lab is at maximum capacity. For inquiries and interest in future training and labs, please connect with us at contact@LESSociety.org and visit SpineFrontier.com to learn more about Less Exposure Surgery techniques and technologies.

CLICK HERE TO CONNECT WITH DR. FASSIL MESFIN.

[1] https://medicine.missouri.edu/faculty/fassil-brian-mesfin-md-phd/

[2] https://www.linkedin.com/in/fassil-mesfin-md-phd-facs-faans-2a89b737/

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