We are pleased to announce the 27th edition of the Brussels International Spine Symposium that will take place on 19 & 20 November 2021 at the BluePoint Brussels.
The topic of the symposium will be The Failed Spine in term of controversies in diagnosis, management and costs.
Have a look at the website to check out all the informations and the registration form.Read More
A request from an international group of experts in the clinical and scientific aspects of chronic pain of spinal origin has been received by ESJ Editor-in-chef. The aim of the proposal is to discontinue the use of the term "failed back surgery syndrome” (FBSS). This request was made after a three-year process, including a structured Delphi selection procedure, concluding that the term "persistent spinal pain syndrome” (PSPS) would be an appropriate and viable replacement.Read More
We are pleased to announce the Top 10 Downloaded Articles from ESJ in 2019.
Read and download the articles by clicking the links.
Crystian B. Oliveira, Chris G. Maher, Rafael Z. Pinto, Adrian C. Traeger, Chung-Wei Christine Lin, Jean-François Chenot, Maurits van Tulder, Bart W. Koes
The ISSLS Prize program, sponsored by European Spine Journal, comprises three awards of $US20,000 each. Prizes will be awarded competitively on the basis of scientific merit in one or more of the following areas: basic science, bioengineering science and clinical science. The manuscript should be submitted no later than October 15, 2019. Read More