Mackenzie Garrity

Mackenzie Garrity

Australia-based device company Field Orthopaedics signed an exclusive partnership agreement with Ortho Consulting Group.

Monday, 15 October 2018 16:33

5 sports medicine physicians on the move

Here are five sports medicine physicians who recently joined new practices or took on new positions.

As more spine surgeries transition to the outpatient setting, surgeons and researchers continue to study the cost differences between inpatient and outpatient procedures.

An investigation into Zimmer Biomet's Warsaw, Ind.-based manufacturing facility began following a Securities Class Action complaint filed in 2017.

A few of K2M's shareholders filed a suit Oct. 12 to block the device company's $1.4 billion merger with Stryker, according to Law 360.

Harrisonburg, Va.-based North American Spine and Pain expanded its serves to Newark, Del., according to Delaware Business Now.

The spinal implants and surgical devices market is predicted to reach $21 billion by 2025, according to a Credence Research report.

A jury ruled Philadelphia-based Temple University Hospital, orthopedic surgeon Easwaran Balasubramanian, MD, and postoperative care physician Frederick Nissley, DO, were liable in a $4.57 million malpractice case, according to The Temple News.

Researchers found performing anterior cervical discectomy and fusion procedures in the outpatient setting reduced costs while maintaining patient safety standards, according to an Iowa Orthopedic Journal study.

Neurosurgeon T. Forcht Dagi, MD, filed a $1 million lawsuit against Delta Airlines alleging false imprisonment in March 2015. However, the lawsuit is likely to be dismissed, according to Law 360.

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