We are proud to announce our all new MaxMoreSpine personal training program. We offer a custom made 1 on 1 training of our technique for surgeons in Europe and the US. More countries will follow on very short term. This unique experience will give you the possibility to learn the technique in a very short period, with 100% personal attention.
We are proud to announce our next workshop in Frederick, Maryland, USA. This is an advanced workshop for transforaminal endoscopic spine surgery and will take place at August, 18, 2017. . If you are interested, please send us a message.
We are proud to have performed successful transforaminal endoscopic spine surgery with our system for the first time in Sweden.
Dr Róbert Rapčan did an outstanding job in the EuroPainClinics. We want to thank him and his team.
From May 3 – 5, 2017 the WCMISST congress about minimal invasive spine surgery took place in Paris. Hoogland Spine Products GmbH as global acting German developer and marketer of the maxmorespine® system exhibited at this well known event. The congress attracted a huge number of attendees who gathered for the latest news on minimal invasive spinal surgery as well as to learn about the techniques and results of endoscopic spine surgery and the benefits of these techniques for both the surgeon and their patients.
Hoogland Spine products presented its complete product range including the newly launched stenosis and cervical systems. In the course of the congress we also held a well attended lunch symposium and cadaver session. ACMISST in Bangkok, June 29 – July 02, is the next big event where all products of the maxmorespine® system will be shown.
Arab Health is a 4 day event and was being held from 30th January to 2nd February 2017 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Arab Health is the second largest healthcare exhibition and congress in the world and the largest in the Middle East. MaxMoreSpine as global acting German developer and marketer of technologies and training methods for endoscopic minimally invasive spinal surgery exhibited at this global event. The congress attracted an increasing number of attendees who gathered for the latest news in medical devices. Visitors at our booth were searching for information and purchasing instruments for spinal surgery as well as to learn about the techniques and results of endoscopic spine surgery and the benefits of these techniques for both the surgeon and their patients.
The endoscopic minimally invasive techniques are becoming more and more the first choice in spinal surgery. This is also reflected in the steadily and now fast growing number of studies showing the benefits on this treatment modalities.
The 11th International Congress of Chinese Orthopaedic Association was held from 17 – 20 November 2016 at the China National Convention Center, Beijing, China.
MaxMoreSpine joined this important event and the team members who supported the event on-site were deeply impressed by the strong interest in the latest spine surgery systems coming from many Chinese surgeons. Needless to say China is the largest medical market in the world and MaxMoreSpine will continue to strengthen its relationship with local partners and training centers.
It makes us proud to announce that we have crossed another milestone in the history of MaxMoreSpine. Today, our company completes 10 years of its establishment. The late Dr. Thomas Hoogland developed our technique in the Alpha Klinik in Munich and started MaxMoreSpine in 2006. We take this occasion to thank each of you who is involved or interested in MaxMoreSpine for your support!
The American Medical Association’s CPT 2017 Codebook included the first endoscopic spinal surgery code no. 62380. The new code will be enacted on Jan. 1, 2017 and covers endoscopic decompression of the spinal cord, nerve root, including laminotomy, partial facetectomy, foraminotomy, discectomy and/or excision of herniated intervertebral disc, 1 interspace and lumbar. Under this new spinal surgery code, specific transforaminal and/or interlaminar procedures will be fully covered in the United States.