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Jeffrey Carlson, MD, is an orthopedic spine surgeon and the president and managing partner of Orthopaedic and Spine Center, in Newport News, Va. He is also the chief of surgery at Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News.
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Dr. Artem Vaynman on spine surgery researchArtem Y. Vaynman, MD, a board-certified neurosurgeon with Neurological Surgery in Great Neck, N.Y., discusses research trends for spine surgery and where it will be most important to focus efforts in the future.
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Here are five ways spine surgeons and practices can stay on the cutting edge.
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Laser Spine Institute and Marodyne Medical have developed a formal partnership to use research on low-intensity vibration technology for spine surgery applications through the LivMD device.
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Researchers have discovered a bioactive film that improves the bonding quality of PEEK spine and surgical devices, according to North Carolina State University.
Four spine surgeons discuss spine-related research.
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The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment has agreed to fund $855,657 in sports medicine and concussion research, with 85 percent specifically focused on sports-related concussions.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., tackled the validity of the "July effect," the idea that spinal outcomes for surgeries performed in July are adversely affected by the influx of new residents and fellows, according to News-Medical.
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Here are five areas where spine research and development will focus prominently over the next few years.
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Minnesota lawmakers have proposed a grant for spinal cord and traumatic brain injury research, according to Minnesota Public Radio.
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