1st International Congress on Early Onset Scoliosis and Growing Spine

November 2-3, 2007
Madrid, Spain

In recent years, there have been several significant advances in the treatment
of very young patients with severe spinal deformities, and more advances are
on the horizon.
The 1st International Congress
on Early Onset Scoliosis and Growing Spine (ICEOS) will bring together the
world's experts on growing spine to exchange knowledge, examine recent progress
in treatment options, and to debate important issues to better serve our young
This two-day event will include lectures, free papers, case discussions and
debates by some of the world's leaders in this field. In-depth workshops will
also be available to learn more about today's newest technologies to treat pediatric
ICEOS Co-Chairs
Behrooz A. Akbarnia, M.D.
USA, Chairman
Robert M. Campbell Jr., M.D.
USA, Co-Chair
Charles E. Johnston II, M.D.
USA, Co-Chair
Francisco J.S. Perez-Grueso, M.D.
Spain, Co-Chair & Local Host
Muharrem Yazici, M.D.
Turkey, Co-Chair
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for orthopaedic and neurological surgeons, fellows and
residents who include pediatric spinal deformity surgery in their practices.
In addition, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians
providing nonoperative care of spinal deformities may benefit from the course.

About the Venue
The program, related activities, and accommodations will be held at the InterContinental
Madrid Hotel in Madrid. The five-star InterContinental Hotel provides luxurious
accommodations and amenities in the heart of Madrid on historic Paseo de la
Castellana. The hotel is a short distance from Madrid's world-renowned art museums,
shopping, nightlife, and historic districts. Amenities include high-speed internet
& WiFi access in all guest rooms and public spaces, fitness center and spa,
foreign currency exchange, two restaurants and a lobby bar.
Quick Links to Key Information about this Meeting
Faculty and Program
Hotel and Travel


Updated on: 12/10/09

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