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The Iberian Latin American Spine Society, SILACO, was created in 1991 with the idea of strengthening the ties between member countries and exchanging experiences with a common languages. It is made up of the Spanish Spine Society, GEER, the Portuguese Spine Society and the Spine Societies of 20 Latin American countries and they hold a biannual every two years with the alternation of two in Latin America and one in Spain.
Among its objectives is to stimulate the creation and maintenance of continuing education programs, and to assist in the scientific development of the participants in their respective countries. We believe it is important that SILACO work as a large family and promoting academic and social relationships in an open and effective manner. This integration has been increasing over time and this is reflected in the increasing participation in the meetings.