James J. Lynch, MD, FACS, FAANS, Board Certified Spinal Neurosurgeon, Fellowship Trained Spine Surgeon, and a Director of Spine Services at Regent Surgical Health, will share a keynote address at Becker’s 17th Annual Future of Spine + The Spine, Orthopedic & Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference, slated for June 13-15 in Chicago.

A partner with Regent in the Surgery Center of Reno, NV, Dr. Lynch has been performing minimally invasive spine surgery techniques since 2002 and performs more than 500 spine surgeries per year in both hospital and outpatient center settings. He is recognized as an expert in cervical spine disorders and performs over 200 cervical spine fusions a year.

Dr. Lynch will speak on “Establishing a Comprehensive Musculoskeletal Ortho / Neuro/ Primary Network- The 5 Critical Tenets.” He brings insights to the topic from 25 years of experience as a board-certified spinal neurosurgeon specializing in complex spine surgery, cervical disorders, degenerative spine, spinal deformities, trauma, tumor infection and minimally invasive spine surgery.

“We’re very proud of the pioneering work Dr. Lynch has accomplished to date,” says Chris Bishop, CEO at Regent. “Dr. Lynch was the first neurosurgeon in Reno to perform MIS TLIF and MAS PLIF procedures, as well as the first to perform both cervical and lumbar artificial disc replacements. As the founder of SpineNevada and IXE Healthcare Group — a multidisciplinary private practice focused on providing value-based specialty care and services for its patients — Dr. Lynch has been an innovator in many other ways as well. His talk at Becker’s is sure to be compelling and informative.”

Dr. Lynch’s Becker’s keynote is scheduled for Saturday morning, June 15, from 8 – 8:35 a.m., at the SWISSOTEL, Chicago, IL.