The Japanese Society for Spine Surgery and Related Research was established is to promote researches on spine and spinal cord disorders, and to encourage exchanges of information among researchers, and to contribute to the enhancement of human health by disclosing and spreading the results of our researches and knowledge to the general public. The Society was established in 1974 as the Society for Research on Spine Surgery, and the first general meeting was held in April of the same year under the leadership of Prof. Torai Iwahara of Keio University. The Society evolved into the Japanese Spine Research Society in 1985, then to the Japan Spine Research Society in 1990, and ultimetely to the current Japanese Society for Spine Surgery and Related Research in 2001. It is the largest spine related society in Japan with over 3000 members.
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