We have extended regular registration rates till 23rd December 2018

Controversies & Complications in Spine Surgery


We, the members of Spine Association of Gujarat, whole heartedly welcome all of you for a very interesting and thought provoking Conference. We have decided on "Controversies to Complications in Spine Surgery" as the theme of the Conference; so as to have an open exchange of scientific information, which otherwise is not openly discussed at sucha conclave. We have invited a host of International Faculty as well as dynamic Niational Faculty to participate actively in the conference, and provide an insight into controversial topics as well as discuss ways and means to avoid complications.

Ahmedabad is the first city of India to have achieved the "UNESCO World Heritage City" tag in 2017. There are a number of heritage sites to be visited in and around Ahmedabad. The Conference coincides with the famous Kite Flying Festival of "Makersakranti", and the mild chills of Ahmedabad winters, are worthy of an experience.

We, once again, extend our invitation to all; and promise an enlightening scientific extravaganza.

Dr. Subir N. Jhaveri,

Organising Secretary,

On behalf of the Spine Association of Gujarat.

Patrons :

  • Dr. M. M. Prabhakar
  • Dr. Pankaj R. Patel
  • Dr. R. N. Naik
  • Dr. K. P. Pathak
  • Dr. Mukesh Patel

Organising Committee :

  • Dr. Deepak Patel
  • Dr. G.D.Tharadara
  • Dr. Ajay Krishnan
  • Dr. Niraj Vasavada
  • Dr. Mayur Vala
  • Dr. Jigar Anandjiwala
  • Dr. Tarak Patel
  • Dr. Denish Patel
  • Dr. Kushal Shah
  • Dr. Dhruv Patel
  • Dr. Devanand D.

Organising Chair-Persons

  • Dr. Bharat R. Dave
  • Dr. Amit C. Jhala

Organising Secretary :

  • Dr. Subir N. Jhaveri

Treasurer :

  • Dr. Hitesh Modi

Scientific Programme Highlights

  • Master Class on Sagittal Balance & Its Clinical Implication
  • Lunch Workshops on Innovative Techniques & Newer Technology
  • Plenary Lecture Sessions by Invited International Faculty
  • Free Paper Sessions
  • E-Posters
  • Surgical Video Sessions

SRS Faculty



India’s First world Heritage City

The 606 year old walled city of Ahmedabad, which was founded by Emperor Ahmed Shah, has become India’s first World Heritage City in 2017.

Straddling the Sabarmati river, this prosperous city of six million is a delight for archeologists, anthropologists, architects, historians, sociologists, traders, bargain hunders, and plain tourists.