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Here are eight spine surgeons who made the news this week:  By Adam Schrag -
Leawood, Kan.-based Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute broke ground on a hospital expansion and renovation project. By Laura Dyrda -
More adults in the United States are being diagnosed with arthritis, according to a National Interview Survey and reported in Medscape. By Laura Dyrda -

Introducing new spine technology in any setting of care

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Orthopedic surgeons Brock Wentz, MD, Erik Kubiak, MD, Sukanta Maitra, MD, and Michael Daubs, MD, banned together to form University Orthopedics and Spine, according to a Nevada Business report.  By Laura Dyrda -
Six spine surgeons discuss where they think minimally invasive spine surgery is headed.  By Anuja Vaidya -
A bill proposed last year and awaiting Senate approval seeks to extend licensure to medical professionals treating athletes in secondary states, according to The Post and Courier.  By Adam Schrag -
NBA physicians, trainers, players and teams increasingly rely on sports analytics and devices to prevent injuries.  By Adam Schrag -

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Idaho Falls-based Bingham Memorial Hospital has advanced its spine surgery program by purchasing Israel-based Mazor Robotics' Mazor X, according to East Idaho News.  By Adam Schrag -
Paris-based EOS imaging has sold an EOS x-ray system to Orlando, Fla.-based Nemours Children's Hospital after two previous sales to the Jacksonville, Fla.-based health system.  By Adam Schrag -
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates wrote a review on the book by late Stanford neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi, MD, which he labeled "amazing," on gatesnotes.  By Megan Wood -
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Simplify Medical develops the Simplify cervical artificial disc, which is currently an investigational device in the U.S. The Simplify disc has earned the CE Mark, with surgeons treating 600 patients outside the United States so far.  By Megan Wood -
Los Angeles-based Keck Hospital of University of Southern California enrolled a new patient in the INSPIRE Study.  By Megan Wood -
New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery welcomed spine surgeon Sheeraz Qureshi, MD, MBA.  By Megan Wood -
Warsaw, Ind.-based OrthoPediatrics Corp. sponsored the 3rd International Children's Spine Symposium in Orlando, Fla., from March 3 to 4, 2017.  By Megan Wood -
It is not uncommon that patients seeking care for back and neck pain will report a lengthy and often frustrating process of getting relief.  By Patrick Vega, M.S., Vice President, Corazon, Inc. -
A spine fracture leads to a downward spiral of complications for elderly people, often resulting in death.  By Megan Wood -
Here are eight things for spinal surgeons to know for March 9, 2017.  By Megan Wood -
The Food and Drug Administration granted 27 orthopedic and spine device-related clearances in February. By Laura Dyrda -
A new study published in Spinal Deformity examines the timing of complications for adult spinal deformity correction. By Laura Dyrda -
Philadelphia-based Rothman Institute is expanding its partnership with New York City-based Force Therapeutics to enhance patient communication and education.  By Megan Wood -
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