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  1. Stryker's new product launch and more: 4 medtech notes

    Here are four key updates from spine and orthopedic medtech companies since Sept. 28:
  2. Happe Spine earns 2 new patents

    Happe Spine received two U.S. patents for its "HydroxyApatite Porous PolyEtheretherketone" products, the company said Oct. 5.
  3. Precision Spine, HippoFi enters partnership to boost biologics sales

    Precision Spine and HippoFi inked an agreement to help drive the sales of Pur Biologics products.

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  1. Dr. John Herzenberg joins orthopedic medtech board

    John Herzenberg, MD, was appointed to Wishbone Medical's board of directors, the orthopedic devicemaker said Oct. 5.
  2. Abrazo West Campus becomes first hospital in Arizona to receive Loop-X spine robot

    Goodyear, Ariz.-based Abrazo West Campus is one of nine hospitals, and the first hospital in Arizona, to receive the new Loop-X spine robot, according to an Oct. 4 report from NBC 12 News. 
  3. Theragen earns 2nd patent in 3 months for spine fusion device

    Theragen has received its second patent in three months for its ActaStim-S post-op spine fusion and bone growth stimulation device. 
  4. 15 states with less than 200 orthopedic surgeons

    Wyoming has the fewest orthopedic surgeons compared to other U.S. states, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

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  1. Dr. James Andrews, Celltex Therapeutics partner to form biologics company

    Pensacola, Fla.-based Andrews Medicine, led by James Andrews, MD, is partnering with Houston-based Celltex Therapeutics to form a biotechnology company focused on stem cell research and sports medicine.
  2. Hospital for Special Surgery in Q3: 6 updates

    From leadership moves to medtech advancements, here are six updates from New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery in the third quarter of 2022:
  3. Illinois Bone & Joint Institute adds orthopedic surgeon

    Illinois Bone & Joint Institute has welcomed Richard Nicolay III, MD, to its team of orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine specialists, according to an Oct. 3 report from The Daily Herald. 
  4. Stryker launches Monterey ALIF system

    Stryker launched its Monterey AL Interbody System for anterior lumbar interbody fusion, the devicemaker said Oct. 4.
  1. Exactech adds former Zimmer Biomet exec as CFO

    Orthopedic devicemaker Exactech named Tony Collins as its new chief financial officer.
  2. HOPCo-powered Nevada musculoskeletal platform rebrands

    Spine Nevada and Tahoe Fracture changed its name to Swift Institute.
  3. Spire Orthopedic Partners hires CFO

    Spire Orthopedic Partners, a Greenwich, Conn.-based management services organization, added Patrick Seiler as CFO.
  4. 'The proof is in the results': 1 physician's perspective on MSO partnerships

    Showing the value proposition of deals and having physician leadership from the top down can help management service organizations draw interest from independent practices, according to Emil Engels, MD, CEO of Aligned Orthopedic Partners.
  5. Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush expands pediatric care access

    Chicago-based Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush has expanded its pediatric orthopedic presence across three locations in Illinois. 
  6. Meet the head orthopedic physicians for all 32 NFL teams

    All 32 National Football League teams have a team of trained orthopedic surgeons and physicians. 
  7. Wenzel Spine, Safe Group partner for US distribution

    Safe Medical and Wenzel Spine are partnering to distribute Safe Orthopaedics products in the U.S.
  8. New York orthopedic group adds 3 physicians

    Orlin & Cohen orthopedic subspecialty group added three physicians to its New York-based network of practices.
  9. Insurer doesn't need to defend Aziyo Biologics in tuberculosis litigation: lawsuit

    An insurer is arguing that it shouldn't cover Aziyo Biologics from lawsuits related to allografts tainted by tuberculosis, according to a lawsuit filed Sept. 30 in the U.S. District Court of Maryland.

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