The Spine Foundation is committed to broadening the reach of awareness regarding spinal health and spine surgery among young orthopaedic surgeons through its Basic Spine Workshop program. This initiative aims to heighten awareness and understanding of fundamental spine pathologies and surgical interventions.

The primary objective of the Basic Spine Workshop is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure the delivery of quality spine care to those who require it. By providing comprehensive training in basic spine pathologies and surgical procedures, the program empowers orthopaedic surgeons to effectively diagnose and treat spinal conditions, ultimately improving patient outcomes.

In addition to technical training, The Spine Foundation recognises the importance of developing a robust support system to enhance patient care. As part of the workshop, local doctors are trained in various aspects, including patient counselling, on-site diagnosis, nursing care, and physiotherapy. This holistic approach ensures that participants are not only proficient in surgical techniques but also well-rounded in providing comprehensive care to patients throughout their treatment journey.

By investing in the education and training of orthopaedic surgeons through the Basic Spine Workshop program, The Spine Foundation aims to build a network of skilled professionals capable of delivering high-quality spine care to individuals in need. Through this initiative, the foundation contributes to improving access to quality healthcare and promoting better spinal health outcomes for communities.