Keynote speakers included BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner who was left paralysed after he was shot by terrorists in Saudi Arabia in 2004.
Dr Tim Pigott, and Dr Martin Wilby, spinal neurosurgeons at The Walton Centre, Liverpool, helped to secure the event in the city, working with PCO Mondial.
Part of the arena was transformed for a plenary session, while 114 global exhibitors were installed across the arena and hall two of the venue.
Production was provided in-house by the ACC Liverpool team and included exhibition rigging and AV for 26 stands, AV for plenary and breakout sessions and installation of office equipment in registration areas.
ACC Liverpool chief executive Bob Prattey said: "Eurospine was our largest production of the year so far with 27 technicians on site every day.
"It provided an opportunity to showcase our city and venue to thousands of delegates from all over the world, including North America and Asia."
Liverpool Convention Bureau provided support including accommodation bookings and placing fringe events.
Eurospine has previously been held in cities including Amsterdam, Vienna and Milan and will take place next year in Lyon.