RESEARCH FOCUS. OUTCOMES DRIVEN.
The Less Exposure Surgery Society is leading the charge to prove through bench and clinical outcomes research that Less Exposure Surgery (LES) treatment options that are now more and more being done safely and routinely in an ambulatory surgery center are the best solutions to lowering the cost of healthcare improving outcomes, and patient satisfaction. By encouraging surgeons to believe that LESS is MORE we are also driven to grow our membership to ensure that we maintain a quality treatment standard through education and networking and performing multi center research studies globally.
The Less Exposure Surgery Society seeks to advance research, education and technology for tissue sparing outpatient surgeries that allow for ease of application for the surgeon and improved outcome for the patient.
Tailor treatment to the individual aiding in the quickest recovery and return to a pain-free lifestyle. Using LES technologies that lessen exposure, preserve unoffending anatomy, and utilize new technologies which are safe, easy to adopt, and reproducible. These LES techniques lessen blood loss, surgical time, and exposure to radiation. Less is more.
[This society] continues to lead in techniques that decrease the pain of surgery and provide the same outcomes as standard procedures. Less pain, less blood loss, and quicker recoveries are the driving force behind these new techniques.
GREAT INPUT. GREATER OUTCOMES.
Fulfilling the needs of both physicians and patients is the driving force at The Less Exposure Surgery Society. Our leading team of physician advisors combined with our renowned clinical researchers are committed to advancing patient care and physician practice. These groups work together with to develop cutting edge research, medical devices, and profound scientific discoveries, changing patient and physician lives for the better.LES SOCIETY RESEARCH
Dr. Chin has a strong track record in research and technology innovation for Less Exposure Surgery. He graduated from Harvard Medical School with Honors and did his orthopedic training also at Harvard and a spine fellowship with renown master surgeon Dr Henry H Bohlman in Cleveland. Dr. Chin was the Chief Spine Surgeon and Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics at the University of Pennsylvania before founding the LESS Institute academic private practice in Florida. He is Professor of Clinical & Biomedical Sciences at the Charles E. Schmidt School of Medicine, holds over 65 published peer reviewed articles, published several text books, and over 200 lectures worldwide.
Teresa holds a Masters in Business Administration with over 15 years of experience in Clinical and Regulatory Affairs within the medical device community. She has extensive experience managing clinical studies and regulatory strategies in Military, Corporate and private sector communities. She is VP of Clinical Research for Axiomed LLC and is currently managing the clinical trails for the Freedom lumbar total disc replacement.
Dr. Frank McCormick has a strong interest in research for LESS Exposure Surgery. He did his orthopedic surgery training at Harvard Medical School and is currently the lead orthopedic sports surgeon at the LESS Institute in Florida. He has achieved international recognition for his clinical research endeavors. He is an award winning lead or co-author of multiple key studies including a co-authorship on the paper that won the Arthroscopy Association of North America J. Whit research prize. He has written over 75 peer-reviewed research article published in top orthopedic and sports medicine journals.
Dr. Fabio Pencle received his medical degree from the University of the West Indies. He currently is a research fellow at the LESS Institute where he manages a team of other researchers and students.
Dr. Jason Seale Graduated from the University of the West Indies in 2005 and has been involved with clinical research since. He manages the research at the LESS Institute and is the Practice Administrator, ensuring the academic activities and clinical operations are maintained daily.
The Less Exposure Surgery Society hosts, attends, and sponsors events both domestically and internationally in our commitment to further the advancement of healthcare technologies and clinical research. From cadaveric labs to clinical conferences, The LES Society supports the clinical research community and bettering the field of study as a whole. To learn more about our upcoming events, click the link below.
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The Less Exposure Surgery Society welcomes additional research, event, and training opportunities. Our team of world-renowned physicians and research scientists are dedicated to advancing clinical fields of study and improving outcomes for both patient and provider. To get inquire about complete research papers, to provide a submission, or inquire about event sponsorship, click the button below:TELL ME MORE