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Two Top Notch Cadaver Workshops Offered by joimax® in April
Date:4/25/2012

KARLSRUHE, Germany, April 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

After March has been the month of international congresses - the ISASS in Barcelona and the EndoVienna in Vienna - April is the month of international workshops for joimax®.

From April 19th to 20th, 2012 joimax® held a cadaver workshop in collaboration with the anatomic institute of the University of Heidelberg - a since long established partner. Dr. Carl-Hans Fürstenberg, senior physician at the centre for spinal cord medicine and spine surgery of the University Clinic Heidelberg, talked about anatomy of the lumbar spine, the transforaminal access and suitable indications for less advanced learners. Dr. Menno Iprenburg from the Dutch Rugkliniek Iprenburg demonstrated the transforaminal approach step by step. The true potential of this method was illustrated by Dr. Ralf Wagner from the Ligamenta Spine Center in Frankfurt with the presentation of some of his most complex cases. The theory session was completed by some recommendations on anesthesia and especially on analgosedation by Dr. Alexander Godschalx from Deurze in the Netherlands. CEO and joimax® founder Wolfgang Ries gave a short outline on future developments in endoscopic spine surgery - a field that belongs to the core competences of joimax® as one of the market leaders. Guided by experienced instructors, the 12 international participants were able to intensively try and train the minimally invasive joimax® techniques on three cadavers during the hands-on session.

The second workshop for this month is currently taking place at the MEDucation Medical Training Center, Mülheim/Ruhr in Germany. This workshop is exclusively held for a Chinese group of physicians. The top delegation of 17 spine specialists from China participate at the company's well known three-step education program. They have visited different German and Dutch clinics for visitations with the experienced joimax® faculty members. Back to Mülheim/Ruhr they will be able to instantaneously practice the joimax® access and treatment methods in the cadaver lab. Talks of the joimax® reference surgeons Dr. Michael Schubert, Munich, and Dr. Guntram Krzok, Friedrichroda, will complete the program. Both Germany-based physicians have a special relation to Chinese customs and culture due to several lecture tours with live surgeries through China. As the third step of the education program own surgeries "at home" guided by the joimax® faculty team or a joimax® application specialist can be arranged. "The combination of theory, practice and life surgeries makes this education program truly unique" - that's what stated one of the Chinese professors.

The next cadaver workshops will take place in May in Salzburg, Austria and in June in Mainz, Germany.

About joimax® Company Profile The innovative medical technology company joimax® dedicates itself to combined surgical technologies, particularly to minimally invasive spinal procedures ("joined minimal access technologies"). joimax® focuses on development, manufacturing and marketing of the technology and methods for integrated endoscopic surgical access to the spinal column, with optimized visualization. The joimax® fully integrated visualization, documentation and tissue removal technologies enable surgeons to conduct their operations independently in a cost effective manner. With the comprehensive education program CM3 which incorporates cadaver workshops, visitations and surgeries accompanied by experienced medical trainers and application specialists, the implementation of the procedure is supported right from the start. joimax® considers itself a partner of operating physicians, living the motto "helping to treat patients!". joimax®, TES®, TESSYS®, iLESSYS®, CESSYS®, EndoLIF®,Vitegra®, Camsource®, Shrill®, Versicon®, Endovapor®, Vaporflex®, Legato®, Tigrip® and SPOT® are registered trademarks of the joimax® GmbH.

Contact:
joimax GmbH
Dagmar Kyewski
Amalienbadstr. 41
RaumFabrik 61
D-76227 Karlsruhe
Germany
Telefon: +49(0)721-25514-0
info@joimax.com


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