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  1. OrthoCincy adds 3 surgeons

    OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in Edgewood, Ky. added three physicians to its team, according to a Nov. 14 news release published in Eagle Country Online.
  2. Stryker's OR of the future: 5 things to know

    Stryker opened the OR of the Future, a model operating room, at its Flower Mound, Texas facility, the orthopedic devicemaker said Nov. 14.
  3. 10 places hiring orthopedic surgeons

    Here are 10 places looking for spine surgeons, using LinkedIn's job search tool:

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  1. Drs. Rafael Levin, Evan Baird debut spine robot at New Jersey hospital

    Hackensack Meridian Pascack Valley Medical Center in Westwood, N.J., added Globus Medical's Excelsius GPS robot for spine surgery, the hospital said Nov. 14.
  2. Florida hospital partners with HOPCo to support orthopedics

    Memorial Healthcare System in Hollywood, Fla. partnered with Healthcare Outcomes Performance Company to support its musculoskeletal services.
  3. Augmented reality making strides in orthopedic care

    From an augmented reality innovation award to AR in TLIF procedures, here are five augmented reality updates Becker's has reported on since Sept. 23. 
  4. 5 things to know about McGinley Orthopedics

    McGinley Orthopedics is a specialty practice in Casper, Wyo., founded by Joseph McGinley, MD. Here are five things to know about McGinley:

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  1. Pennsylvania hospital gets $1M to buy spinal imaging tool

    Lehigh Valley Health Network-Muhlenberg in Bethlehem, Pa. recieved $1 million in state funding to purchase a new O-arm from Medtronic, lehighvalleylive.com reported Nov. 11.
  2. What spine development will look like at 4 devicemakers

    Since September, spine and orthopedic devicemakers have provided a glimpse into the next stages of technological developments.
  3. Black Hills Orthopedic and Spine Center urgent care facility celebrates 5 years

    Black Hills Orthopedic and Spine Center's Orthopedic Urgent Care clinic in Rapid City, S.D., is celebrating its fifth year in operation according to a Nov. 11 press release sent to Becker's. 
  4. Physician-led orthopedic medtech company surpasses 125 patents

    Casper, Wyo.-based orthopedic surgeon Joseph McGinley, MD, CEO of McGinley Orthopedics, has earned 125 medical device patents through his manufacturing company, McGinley Manufacturing, according to a Nov. 10 report from Wyoming Public Media. 
  1. Saint Francis to become West Virginia's 1st full-service orthopedic hospital

    W.Va.-based Thomas Health System will be a full member of the West Virginia University Health System, and the agreement will establish the state's first full-service orthopedic hospital.
  2. Georgia orthopedic clinic settles kickback suit

    Athens (Ga.) Orthopedic Clinic settled kickback allegations shortly after its trial began, according to court documents from the Middle District of Georgia.
  3. AR holds potential in spinal tumor cases: study

    Researchers at New York City-based Weill Cornell Medicine completed eight spinal tumor removals using augmented reality.
  4. Staffing, technology, growth and more: 4 surgeons' goals for 2023

    Adding new spinal surgery technology, recruiting staff and expanding education for patients and mentees are among a few of the goals spine and orthopedic surgeons have for 2023. 
  5. Maine orthopedic practice moves to larger space

    Belfast, Maine-based Waldo County General Hospital Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, an affiliate of MaineHealth, has moved to a new location double the size of its previous office, according to a Nov. 10 report from Penobscot Bay Pilot.
  6. Dr. Don Park completes 100th DualPortal endoscopic spine case

    Don Park, MD, completed his 100th DualPortal endoscopic spine case, Amplify Surgical said Nov. 10.
  7. Listen up, residents and fellows: 12 spine surgeons' advice for the next generation

    The next generation of spine surgeons graduating residency and fellowship programs will soon be making many important decisions, including choosing their career path, the surgical skills and techniques they wish to hone, and where and with whom they wish to work. There are many challenges, but also many exciting opportunities. 
  8. Enovis secures Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeon award for AR guidance system

    Wilmington, Del.-based medical technology company Enovis has been awarded the American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons' Industry Innovation Award for its Arvis augmented reality guidance system, according to a Nov. 10 report from MarketScreener.
  9. 5 things to know about Fort Wayne Orthopedics

    Fort Wayne (Ind.) Orthopedics is a specialty practice serving patients in Northeast Indiana. Here are five things to know about the practice: 

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