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Inspired Spine hosts surgeon training for MIS procedures in cadaver lab: 5 highlights

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Written by Megan Wood (www.beckersspine.com) - Minnesota-based Inspired Spine held a training session on its advanced minimally invasive spinal fusion approaches. ...

Inspired Spine’s OLLIF study yields promising results: 7 highlights

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Written by Megan Wood (www.beckersspine.com) - Hamid Abbasi, MD, PhD, presented research on Inspired Spine's Oblique Lateral Interbody fusion implant. ...

Minimally Invasive Direct Thoracic Interbody Fusion Proves Effective for Back Pain

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Written by Business Wire (www.odtmag.com) - Study concludes promising spinal fusion procedure significantly reduces back pain in participants. Inspired Spine announced that its study on minimally invasive direct thoracic interbody fusion (MIS-DTIF) has been published and is available on PubMed. ...

Back pain breakthroughs

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Written by Celeste Edenloff (http://www.echopress.com/) - Dr. Hamid Abbasi is changing the standard of care when it comes to spinal fusion surgery. Abbasi is a neuro and spine surgeon at the Tristate Brain and Spine Institute in Alexandria. He's not only making a name for the center, he's also making Alexandria a global destination for breakthrough spinal procedures. At least that's on his agenda. ...

Inspired Spine Completes Annual Education Conference Highlighted by Global Attendees and Advances in Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN (July 11, 2016) Inspired Spine completed its first annual education conference designed to provide leading surgeons, researchers and other clinical professionals with the opportunity to learn more about minimally invasive spine solutions. Events included presentations, review of clinical case studies, peer-to-peer discussions, demonstrations and training. Inspired Spine is a leader in the field with its Oblique Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion (OLLIF) procedure which is a revolutionary change in how patients approach fusion surgery. ...

Inspired Spine Celebrates 300 OLLIF Spinal Procedures

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN (April 19, 2016) Inspired Spine, a Minnesota-based spinal surgery technological developer, has performed 300 procedures using their revolutionary Oblique Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion (OLLIF) technique and advanced minimally invasive system. This new method is transforming the way spinal surgeries are approached and can replace more typical spinal fusion surgeries. ...

Oblique Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion: A new minimally invasive procedure.

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Written by MN Physician (https://issuu.com/mppub) - Oblique Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion: A new minimally invasive procedure By Hamid R. Abbasi,MD,PhD ...

OLLIF Surgery: The Future of Spinal Fusion

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Written by MN Physician (https://issuu.com/mppub) - Back Pain - OLLIF surgery: The future of spinal fusion By H.R.Abbasi,MD,PhD,FACS,FAANS ...

Neurosurgeon: Spinal procedure a ‘game-changer’ that RiverView could be known far and wide for

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Written by Mike Christopherson (http://www.crookstontimes.com/) - Abbasi would like to make RiverView a renowned ‘center of excellence’ for not just the procedure itself, but for training surgeons on how to perform it ...

Alexandria likely a medical destination for back pain relief

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Written by Amy Chaffins (http://www.echopress.com/) - In no other country would you see leading-edge technology in a city the size of Alexandria. But it’s here. Dr. Hamid Abbasi performs a minimally invasive spine surgery that could put Alexandria on the map as a medical destination. ...
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  • About Inspired Spine

    Minnesota-based Inspired Spine is a total spine care provider dedicated to improving back pain treatment value and outcomes with advanced minimally invasive spinal surgery technology.

  • Press Kit

    Company Backgrounder
    Biographical Sketch Abbasi
    Back Pain Fact Sheet
    OLLIF Fact Sheet
  • Treatments

    Inspired Spine advanced minimally invasive spinal surgeries treat many common causes of chronic back pain, including: degenerative disc disease, degenerative scoliosis, herniated discs, spinal stenosis and spondylolisthesis.