To foster the continued advancement and understanding of radiosurgery, regardless of SRS technology or platform, ZAP Surgical routinely hosts educational symposia and webinars.

Tuesday, September 5 /

11:00 AM ET

Dedicated vs multi-purpose SRS delivery platforms: is good enough, good enough?

Too often we hear legacy SRS technologies are good enough. Are they – particularly when treating the brain? Most technologies can shine when focused on a single point of optimization. But what if you analyze multiple criteria together? Join Ian Paddick, MSc on Tue, Sep 5 and find out for yourself. Sponsored by ZAP Surgical, there is no fee to attend.
Presented By
Portrait of Ian Paddick, MSc

Ian Paddick

Consultant Physicist, Medical Physics Limited, UK

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Stereotactic Radiosurgery

RSS Webinar: Vault-Free, Cobalt-Free SRS – ZAP-X Introduction & Case Review from Neurosurgery One

David VanSickle, MD, PhD, FAANS
Justin Keener, MS, DABR

RSS Webinar: Vault-Free, Cobalt-Free Radiosurgery – ZAP-X Clinical Experience at SNRC, Zurich

Andreas Mack, PhD

Dedicated vs Multi-Purpose SRS Systems — Benchmarking Comparisons in the Literature

Portrait of Ian Paddick, MSc
Ian Paddick, MSc

SRS for Brain Mets – How Big is Too Big? How Many is Too Many?

Portrait of Scott Soltys, MD
Scott Soltys, MD
Portrait of Aizik Wolf, MD
Aizik Wolf, MD

New Thinking and Controversies in Radiosurgery Debate: SRS vs. Surgery for Vestibular Schwannoma

Portrait of Alexander Muacevic, MD, Professor
Alexander Muacevic, MD, Professor
Portrait of Michael W. McDermott, MD, FAANS
Michael W. McDermott, MD, FAANS

Isocentric vs. Non-Isocentric SRS for Trigeminal Neuralgia

Portrait of Mike Schulder, MD
Mike Schulder, MD
Portrait of Pantaleo Romanelli, MD
Pantaleo Romanelli, MD

SRS for Brain Mets: Dispelling Myths and Focusing on Facts

Portrait of Jason P. Sheehan, MD, PhD
Jason P. Sheehan, MD, PhD

Fractionated SRS is the Future

Portrait of Arjun Sahgal, MD
Arjun Sahgal, MD

Pre-Op vs Post-Op SRS for Brain Mets

Portrait of Steven D. Chang, MD
Steven D. Chang, MD

SRS Treatment of Thousands of AVM Patients Over 33 Years

Portrait of Matthias Radatz MD, FRCS
Matthias Radatz MD, FRCS

SRS for Vestibular Schwannomas: Clinical Advantage to Use Pathological Micro-anatomy Dose Planning

Portrait of Motohiro Hayashi, MD, DMSc
Motohiro Hayashi, MD, DMSc

A Phase III Trial of SRS vs. HA-WBRT for Multiple (5-15) Metastases

Portrait of David Roberge, MD
David Roberge, MD

Radiosurgery Versus Microsurgery for Cavernous Sinus Meningiomas: What Does the Literature Say?

Portrait of Michael W. McDermott, MD, FAANS
Michael McDermott, MD, FAANS

Radiosurgery for Acoustic Neuromas

Portrait of Isaac Yang, MD
Isaac Yang, MD

Current Role and Limitations of Radiosurgery in the Management of Glomus Tumors (Paragangliomas)

Portrait of Dr. Manjul Tripathi
Dr. Manjul Tripathi

Stereotactic Radiation Therapy of Choroidal Melanoma

Portrait of Jun Itami, MD
Jun Itami, MD, PhD

Lifetime Risk from Extracranial Doses Received During SRS

Portrait of Ian Paddick, MSc
Ian Paddick, MSc

Theoretical Application of SRS for Cerebral Aneurysms: Early Experience with Animal Models

Portrait of James McInerney, MD, FAANS, FACS
James McInerney, MD, FAANS, FACS

The Next Great Radiosurgical Frontier: Neuromodulation

Portlrait of Dr. John Adler
John Adler, MD

Frameless Radiosurgery for Trigeminal Neuralgia: Dispelling the Controversy

Portrait of Alfredo Conti, MD, PhD, FENS
Alfredo Conti, MD, PhD, FENS

Economics of SRS as an Alternative to Open Surgery

Portrait of Doug Kondziolka, MD
Doug Kondziolka, MD
Portrait of Linda Winger, MSc, FACHE
Linda Winger, MSc, FACHE

Emerging Trends in Brain Tumor Therapy

Portrait of Minesh Mehta, MD
Minesh Mehta, MD

Radiosurgery for Arteriovenous Malformations

Portrait of Constantin Tuleasca, MD-PhD
Constantin Tuleasca, MD-PhD

Clinical Experience and Best Practices for Functional SRS

Portrait of Antonio De Salles, MD
Antonio De Salles, MD


A Scientific Research Summit

In March 2022, experts from around the world gathered in Miami, Florida to join Dr. Michael McDermott of Miami Neuroscience Institute, Dr. John Adler of Stanford University, and ZAP Surgical to discuss the next potential frontier in stereotactic radiosurgery: Neuromodulation.

Neuromodulation is not a cleared indication for stereotactic radiosurgery.