Teaming up with the LES Society: NYC Training Lab Feat. Dr. Jeffrey Bash
Dr. Jeffrey Bash joins the senior faculty at the LES Society New York City Training Lab, in collaboration with our team utilizing SpineFrontier techniques and technology.
Dr. Bash – board certified orthopedic surgeon – educates attendees alongside proctors Dr. Joseph Aferzon, Dr. Dante Leven, Dr. Fassil Mesfin and Dr. Kingsley R. Chin. The Training Lab offers attendees a weekend of education and networking opportunity with top professionals in the industry.
Dr. Bash received his undergraduate degree from Emory University and his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. He specializes in spine surgery and completed a General Surgery Internship at NYU Medical Center, followed by his residency at NYU Medical Center-Hospital for Joint Diseases. Dr. Bash trained at Texas Back Institute and is an expert in disc replacement of the cervical and lumbar spine. He has trained with many of the top leaders in the spine industry and joined Middlesex Orthopedic Surgeons post-training. He is Chief of Spine Surgery at Middlesex Community Hospital and operates at Middlesex Hospital, Hartford Hospital, the Hospital of Central Connecticut/New Britain General Hospital, Bristol Hospital and MidState Medical Center.
Similarly to his colleague, Dr. Joseph Aferzon, he has extensive experience in minimally invasive spine fusions in Connecticut. Fellow doctors selected him as Connecticut Magazine’s top surgeon in his field in 2007.
He is currently the co director of Connecticut Spine Institute and teaches at Northeast Regional Center of Excellence. He is actively involved in the development of new spinal products and the author of several patents. 
This LES Society Training Lab takes place at the Stewart Hotel in downtown New York City, featuring a didactic and cadaver lab as well as discussion on business and medicine at the ever-popular nightlife destination Tao. Paying special attention to arthroplasty and the engineering process from concept to reality, the Training Lab provides a setting to practice more complex osteotomies and deformity techniques.
Due to tremendous popularity, this Training Lab is at maximum capacity. For those interested in future training and events, please reach out to us at contact@LESSociety.org. We always appreciate hearing from those in the industry looking to learn, educate and collaborate.
LEARN MORE – INCLUDING MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION AND BOARD POSITIONS – ON DR. JEFFREY BASH HERE.