KARLSRUHE, Germany, October 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
joimax® opened doors for the Thai-German Neurosurgery congress participants, under the patronage of the German Academy for Neurosurgery (GANS) and the presidency of the Director of the Clinic for Neurosurgery at the "Städtisches Klinikum" in Karlsruhe, Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Uwe Spetzger - this year taking place in Karlsruhe, South Germany, October 5 to 8.
joimax® organised a lunch symposium in line with the congress, beginning with a company conducted tour through the facility where the participants visited amongst others the departments of the technical staff, research, development and construction - the core competencies and heart of the company. Also interesting were the explanations of the company founder and managing director Wolfgang Ries speaking about the exhibits in the so called internal "museum", documenting the development of the 10 years company history, showing prototypes of instruments, endoscopes and devices from the founding years.
The application of TESSYS® was presented by Prof. Dr. med. Jürgen Kiwit, Chief Physician of the Helios Hospital for Neurosurgery in Berlin Buch, in his demonstrative lecture with many pictures and videos. "In my opinion the minimally invasive TESSYS® method is the future of spine surgery, especially when treating herniated discs and stenosis. The advantages of this gentle method are more than obvious," he stated.
The full potential of the endoscopic spinal surgery was impressively shown by Wolfgang Ries in his overview presentation: with special instruments it is also suitable for treating e.g. spinal canal stenosis and so makes - besides the transforaminal - the interlaminar access possible also, so that the spinal canal is now accessible from all sides, meaning 360°. The instruments of the next generation with flexible forceps, reamers and endoscopes are already very advanced in the joimax®
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