Doctor Solomon Kamson of Spine Institute Northwest of Washington was recently in San Diego, California for the Boston BioLife Hands-On Sessions which are workshops for practitioners and researchers interested in new regenerative medicine techniques.
Dr. Kamson teamed up with Michael Meng, DC, a musculoskeletal ultrasonographer to demonstrate live patient ultrasound joint imaging and fluoroscopy on a cadaveric workstation.
Dr. Kamson, who specializes in minimally invasive surgical techniques to address chronic pain and issues involving cervical and thoracic spine problems, is an interventional pain specialist, anesthesiologist, and educator who advocates the advantages of non-surgical and minimally invasive surgery for back pain.
Boston BioLife is a Massachusetts-based training company that brings together practicing physicians and researchers to further knowledge in Life Sciences and to foster the exchange of ideas among colleagues through hands-on training. The company emphasizes the need to focus on stem cell therapies and regenerative medicine.
For more information on the event and for inquiries about future hands-on workshops, visits Boston BioLife’s page here.