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A recent review in The Cochrane Library found no evidence suggests manipulating the spine treats acute lower back pain more effectively than other therapy options, according to Health Behavior News Service.
Ivivi Orthopedic, a medical device company, has changed its name to Amp Orthopedics, according to a company news release.
Researchers at UC Davis Health System have now begun to use new stem cell therapy from Mesoblast technology to promote bone tissue growth after the removal of cervical discs, according to a hospital news release.
Published in Spine
Spinal manipulation therapy can have good results in the treatment of nonspecific low back pain, and spinal manipulations after the initial intensive manipulation may be helpful for long-term benefit, according to a study published in Spine.
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Mcleod Health in Florence, S.C., recently held an open house for its new rehabilitation and sports medicine facility, which moved to the Mcleod Wellness Campus, according to a WPDE report.
Gunner Andersson, MD, a surgeon at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, was recently featured in an ABC news story investigating massage therapy for people with chronic low back pain, according to a practice news release.
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New technology associated with gene therapy and stem cell research is driving the orthopedic biomaterials market, which represents 14 percent of the global orthopedics market, according to a report from Kalorama Information.
Here are five things orthopedic practice administrators should know about adding ancillary services.
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Chris Zorn, vice president of sales for Spine Surgical Innovation and executive director of Minimal Incision-Maximum Sight (MIMS) Institute, says there are significant differences between the global spine market and the spine market in the United States.

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Monday, 20 June 2011 10:39

50 Orthopedic Practices to Know

Orthopedic practices were selected for inclusion on this list based on practice size, services and reputation in their communities. This list was created after substantial research by our editorial staff. Practices do not pay and cannot pay to be included on this list. This list is not an endorsement of any organization's clinical abilities.
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