Centinel Spine's med+ program is dedicated to educating surgeons on the advantages of addressing spinal disease through anterior access of the spine with Centinel Spine's broad array of technologies—including the prodisc® Total Disc Replacement and STALIF® Integrated Interbody™ fusion devices.
Centinel Spine offers a variety of educational programs tailored to meet the diverse training needs of physicians. Hands-on Bioskills Courses, Peer-to-Peer Webinars, and OR Surgical Observations have been designed to review patient selection, surgical technique and tips, post-operative care, and other related topics. These programs can be customized to individual physician needs, providing varied levels of support to surgeons.
These courses provide surgeons with an educational experience focused on patient selection, surgical technique, strategies, and solutions for addressing specific spinal pathologies. The course format includes lectures, case discussions with expert faculty, and a bioskills lab.
The curriculum covers biomechanical considerations, indications and patient selection, surgical technique, tips and tricks, post-operative care, and best practices.
Centinel Spine’s live streaming webinars provide a convenient way for physicians to learn from experts in anterior spinal motion motion preservation and fusion technologies discussing specific treatments, techniques, and strategies for patient care.
Our interactive webinars allow participants to pose questions, receive answers, and exchange ideas in real-time with their surgeon peers from the comfort of their homes or offices.
Surgical Observations are a surgical technique training and continuing education program that exposes surgeons to the technical procedures and skills required for anterior column surgery, through a combination of case discussions and viewing live surgery.
Surgeon OR Visitations are offered at Centinel Spine experienced faculty locations, where key thought leaders in spine educate with a focus on the anterior spinal column.