Wolters Kluwer and AAOS released Spine Injuries in Athletes.

2. 3 spine surgeons & neurosurgeons on the move in January 2017

Written by Megan Wood | Wednesday, 01 February 2017 14:32
Here are three spine surgeons and neurosurgeons that joined new organizations, received promotions or moved locations in January 2017.
Low back pain is fairly common among school-aged children, a study published in JAMA Pediatrics shows, according to Medical Xpress.
On Jan. 30, 2017, a Boston jury determined a Massachusetts General Hospital spine surgeon's concurrent surgery schedule in 2012 did not result in a patient's quadriplegia, The Boston Globe reported.
NorthEast Spine & Sports Medicine in Jackson, N.J., is now offering spinal cord stimulator trials.
The global lumbar spine fusion market will likely continue to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 4.9 percent through 2020, according to a Market Reports World analysis.
A new study published in Clinical Spine Surgery examines patients who underwent spinal deformity correction with robotic guidance for S2-alar-iliac screw insertion. 
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, part of the National Institutes of Health, gave 30 researchers the R35 Research Program Award.
The Freeman Spine and Pain Institute has relocated its Edison, N.J., office to 10 Parsonage Road.
Here are four spine surgeons and neurosurgeons in the news this past week.
Healthcare is a complex industry that is ever-changing.
Craig Callewart, MD, is a private practice surgeon in Dallas who has participated in politics at the local and national level for years.
A new study published in Spine examines the patient recollection of preoperative symptoms after lumbar spine surgery to identify recall bias.

14. Spine care in 2017: 4 spine surgeons make predictions

Written by Anuja Vaidya | Thursday, 26 January 2017 21:14
Four spine surgeons look ahead to the coming year in spine.
In a study published by The Spine Journal, researchers compared the reliability of reading CT scans of thoracolumbar spine fractures via two formats:

16. The man behind the fraud — Who is Dr. Aria Sabit?

Written by Megan Wood | Thursday, 26 January 2017 15:09
On Jan. 10, 2017, neurosurgeon Aria Sabit, MD, received a 235-month prison sentence for fraud. He had been behind bars since his arrest on Nov. 24, 2014. 
Here are eight things for spinal surgeons to know for Jan. 26, 2017.
Imran Wahedna, MD, joined Orlin and Cohen Orthopedic Group in Long Island, NY.
Leslie K. Shokes, MD, MS, will be included the upcoming publication of The Leading Physicians of the World, a subsidiary of the International Association of Healthcare Professionals.
The global platelet rich plasma market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 12.5 percent through 2024, according to a Transparency Market Research report.
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