Here are 10 big spine and orthopedic device company acquisitions so far in 2014.
A study published in The Spine Journal examines the motion characteristics of lumbar degenerative spondylolisthesis at the diseased and adjacent levels using kinetic MRI.
The lawyer trying the first 6,000 liability lawsuits against DePuy Orthopaedics for the Pinnacle hip replacement accused parent company Johnson & Johnson executives of knowing about the problem for more than a decade before the company pulled the product, according to a Bidness ETC report.
A study published in Spine found Medicaid patients undergoing spine surgery have a higher rate of surgical site infection.
A study published in the American Journal of Sports medicine examines the on-field play of professional football players after returning from a concussion.
Patient experience and satisfaction is incredibly important in healthcare today, and some orthopedic surgeons are going to great lengths to make their practice more convenient and accessible to patients.
An article published in Spine examines adverse events, length of stay and readmission rates for spinal fusion using iliac crest bone graft.
Neurosurgeon Joseph Hahn, MD, will retire from his post as chief of staff at Cleveland Clinic on Dec. 31.
Ortho Kinematics entered into an agreement with Medtronic to promote the company's Vertebral Motion Analysis test to spine surgeons.