This week the Vivametrica founding leadership team traveled to Singapore to attend Spine Week, an international meeting of minds in spinal medicine, research and innovation. Taking home the distinguished ISSLS award in the clinical category, Dr. Christy Tomkins-Lane, Dr. Matt Smuck and Dr. Rick Hu are recognized for their contribution and findings on spinal stenosis.
At Spine Week Dr. Tomkins-Lane presented the study to an international audience including ISSLS associates and other world-leading clinicians and researchers.
The purpose of The International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, a non-profit organization founded in 1974, is to bring together those individuals throughout the world, who, by their contributions and activities both in the area of research and clinical study, have, or are indicating interest in the lumbar spine in health and in disease.
Its further purpose is to serve as a forum for the exchange of information of both an investigative and clinical nature which relates to low back pain and disability.
Access the winning publication, Consensus on the clinical diagnosis of lumbar spinal stenosis: Results of an International Delphi Study on Pubmed.