The URMC Interventional Spine Fellowship program comprises a comprehensive one-year outpatient clinical experience designed to solidify fundamentals of evidence-based interventional spine care.
Exposure to prevalent spinal disorders and commonly employed diagnostic and treatment algorithms in the clinical setting will serve as a foundation upon which to evaluate the patient presenting with spinal pain.
Program Highlights Include:
- The use of fluoroscopically guided interventional spine procedures in order to elicit diagnostic data and provide target specific treatment is innate in this process.
- Exposure to Orthopedic spine surgery, Neuroradiology, and structured didactics uniquely positions the fellow in fortifying an all-encompassing experience.
- The objective is to enable the fellow to develop an expertise in the algorithmic approach to interventional spine care, to facilitate proficiency in the evaluation and treatment of spinal disorders, and technical mastery of interventional spine procedures.
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