Back Institute Seminar on Non-Traumatic Spinal Procedures as Alternatives to Traumatic Spinal Surgery

Dr. David A. Ditsworth, M.D of the Back Institute will be conducting a free seminar at the Ernst Cultural Center on the Northern Virginia Community College Annandale Campus on Saturday, August 17th, 2013 starting at 1:30PM.

The Back Institute is the leading center for non-traumatic spine surgery to avoid irreversible damage from old style cutting surgery.  There will be an informal question & answer period, and registered patrons are encouraged to bring scan reports (MRI, etc.) for a consultation.

To register and reserve a seat, kindly visit:  www.backinstitute.com/seminar/ or call 800-956-6724.  Parking has been prepaid, so attendees can park for free in the B lot – B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15 and B16.

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