As a leader among medical device companies, OsteoMed strives to interact and connect with professional surgical communities. OsteoMed events are conducted to coincide with major professional meetings to listen to the needs of surgeons with the goal of improving design and functionality of our products. That’s why our representatives attend a wide range of professional conferences and meetings throughout the year.
North American Skull Base Society
From February 14-16, our representatives will attend the 24th annual meeting of the North American Skull Base Society. This year, the conference theme is “Skull Base: Defining Value-Based Care.” In addition to the full conference session, the association is offered a series of pre-meeting practical courses on February 12-13.
The keynote speaker is David Dravecky, retired major league pitcher and cancer survivor. Stories like David’s serve as motivation to continue improving and pushing the edge of surgical innovation. Join us at the conference—and come and see what OsteoMed’s innovative products offer at Booth 21. OsteoMed events presentations include demonstrations of our technologies for practicing surgeons and residents.
SNS Southern Neurosurgical Soceity
Also in February, from the 19th to the 22nd, the Southern Neurosurgical Society will be holding its 65th annual meeting at the Ritz Carlton in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The meeting will feature lectures by H.Hunt Batjer, MD, Pat Doherty, MP, and Dennis P. Spencer, MD. In addition, attendees can enjoy three days of CME content, oral abstract presentations, workshops on vascular surgery and cervical arthroplasty—and social events for optional networking and community building.
OsteoMed’s attendance at prominent industry events is crucial in our dedicated efforts to improve surgical procedures, processes and outcomes. As a company, we strive to maintain and advance our position as leaders in safe, effective, innovative surgical tools and techniques. We actively pursue work with professionals and leaders in the medical field as one of the best ways to target our research to create useful, practical applications.