16–18 October, Helsinki, Finland

Scientific Programme

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Kim, Kee D.

Dr. Kee Kim is a professor of neurological surgery and the chief of spinal neurosurgery at UC Davis. As a co-director of the UC Davis Spine Center, Dr. Kim is involved in multiple clinical trials as a primary investigator. He has a special interest and expertise in dealing with challenging spinal disorders requiring surgical treatment, with vast experience in complex spine surgery, including tumor, infection, degenerative spine and trauma. He is at the forefront of computer-assisted spine surgery, minimally invasive surgery and spinal instrumentation. He evaluates different cutting-edge technologies to advance the field, including the use of stem cells for disc regeneration and bony healing, the use of pharmaceutical agents for spinal cord injuries, and clinical evaluations of artificial disc and minimally invasive surgery. His research focuses on using the advances in different fields to bring about tangible improvement in patient care and surgical outcome.<br />Dr. Kim has trained many residents and fellows who have gone on to become spine specialists in their respective fields. He has published numerous manuscripts and book chapters dealing with myriad of spinal disorders. As a widely recognized expert, he has spoken at many national and international meetings.


14:00 - 15:20
Degenerative (cervical), Craniocervical Junction
Location: Plenary Hall
32 Ten-Year Outcomes of One- and Two-Level Cervical Disc Arthroplasty: Results from a U.S. Multi-Center Study
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