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Our Vision & Mission

The purpose of the ASSI is to provide a learning environment in which spine surgeons (orthopedic surgeons or neuro surgeons practicing spine surgery and dedicated spine surgeons), faculty, fellows and residents can discover, examine critically, preserve and transmit knowledge, wisdom and values related with spinal ailments that will ensure the betterment of the current and future generations and improve the quality of life for all. The organization seeks to help the young spine surgeons to develop an understanding and appreciation for the complexities of spinal ailments and realize the highest potential of intellectual, physical, professional, ethical, surgical and human development.

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    Mostly from India

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This website is for medical and paramedical professionals working in the field of spine related issues. It contains learning modules for the whole team as well as for doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, assistive technologists, social workers, psychologists and peer counsellors. The modules are intended for medical, paramedical students and junior clinicians. Others who have yet not assimilated sufficient knowledge on comprehensive management of Spinal problems will also benefit from the information available. The learning content is presented using a combinations of presentations, interactive activities, case studies, videos and self-assessments. The modules have been created by the world's most experienced academicians and clinicians. There is no cost associated with accessing the modules

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Message from president ASSI

Dr. H S Chhabra

Globally, there have been rapid developments in the prevention, diagnosis, and comprehensive management of various spinal ailments. This assumes importance since spinal problems pose a grave challenge to humanity. Despite significant developments over the last few decades, there exists a substantial gap between what is “possible” or “needed” and that “actually available” to the common man. Changing this scenario does not require a large effort or economic resource. Awareness and availability of knowledge amongst health professionals, as well as all others concerned with spine management should also make a significant impact, as is obvious from various studies.

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