top of page

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Fellowship

Updated: Jan 19

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Fellowship

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Fellowship

Turkey 2024

Application is open throughout the year

The objective of The Fellowship of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery is to provide specialized training and education to surgeons who want to enhance their skills in performing minimally invasive spine surgery procedures. This fellowship program aims to equip surgeons with the necessary knowledge, techniques, and expertise required to effectively and safely perform these advanced surgical techniques.

Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) is a modern approach to spinal surgery that involves smaller incisions, specialized instruments, and advanced imaging technology. The goal is to minimize tissue damage, reduce postoperative pain, shorten hospital stays, and speed up recovery compared to traditional open surgery.

The fellowship program focuses on teaching surgeons the latest advancements and techniques in MISS, including spine microsurgery, percutaneous techniques, and minimally invasive fusion procedures. Fellows will gain experience in a variety of spine surgeries under the guidance of experienced faculty members.

During the fellowship, surgeons will learn how to evaluate patients with spinal conditions, diagnose the underlying problems, and determine the most appropriate treatment plan. They will also learn about the indications, contraindications, potential complications, and outcomes associated with various minimally invasive spine surgery procedures.

The fellowship program typically involves a combination of case disscution, live surgical training in the operating room, and clinical rotations. Surgeons will have the opportunity to observe and assist in surgeries with supervision of experienced mentors.

Upon completion of the fellowship, surgeons should be proficient in a wide range of minimally invasive spine surgeries, be well-versed in patient selection, and possess the necessary skills to manage any potential complications. The fellowship helps surgeons refine their techniques, expand their knowledge base, and become leaders in the field of minimally invasive spine surgery.

It is important to note that while the fellowship program provides comprehensive training, each patient is unique, and surgical decisions should be made on an individual basis. Consulting with a qualified spine surgeon is essential to determine the most appropriate treatment approach for each patient's specific condition.

General information :

- The training will be in English.

- The price includes transportation between Airport-Hotel .

- There is just 1 Available Seat.

Venue :

- Turkey.

Duration :

- 2 Months Up to 2 Years.

Dates :

Application is open throughout the year

Fellowship application process :

- The Required Documents :

1) CV.

2) University Diploma .

3) Speciality Diploma (Resident doctors can apply also ).

4) Any other international Exams

Application fees : 500€ Refundable

We have partnerships with more than 50 university hospiatals around Turkey . Evaluation process take from 30 to 90 days , if you have been accepted we will send you the acceptance letter from the university hospital , then you have to complete the payment , if not you'll get the application fees back.

How To Apply :

- Please send us your CV on our Email:

- Write on the email title : ( Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Fellowship ).

- We will send to you the Invitation letter to apply for Visa .

Payment :

Accommodation :

- For long stay AirBnb is the best option.

- Note : We will receive all the participants in the Airport .

Certificate :

By the end of the course you will get Fellowship certificate from the host University Hospital.

Note :

-If you have any inquiries regarding Fellowships , Medical Courses , Observership , Internship and Elective in Turkey , please contact us through the following Email.

Alsir For Health Services Ltd. Co.

Medical Training in Training


1,467 views1 comment

Recent Posts

See All

1 ความคิดเห็น

I join

bottom of page