NCS joins the conversation at ASNM Fall Symposium

As the nation’s leading provider of intraoperative monitoring (IOM) services, NuVasive Clinical Services (NCS) was proud to participate in this year’s American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring (ASNM) Fall Symposium. Hosted in Boston, MA on September 13-15, the event focused on advanced methods for monitoring and mapping the nervous system.

With NCS’ own Dr. Rich Vogel currently President of ASNM, the Society has emerged as the nation’s premier resource for IOM education. Presentations at the Fall Symposium included brain and spinal cord mapping, cranial nerve monitoring, deep brain stimulation, advanced troubleshooting strategies, and much more. Also giving invited lectures were NCS neurophysiologists (NPs) Kent Rice and Dr. Jeremy Bamford.

“NCS was proud to attend ASNM this year. This is not the ASNM of 5-10 years ago. The attitude of the society has changed, as has the content they are putting out at these meetings. We look forward to continuing to learn from and grow in the IOM industry at events such as this!”

–Brooke Callahan, Au.D, D.ABNM, Leader, NCS Field Operations, New England


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