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  1. 5 surgeons on the cutting edge of spine

    Becker's has recently reported on five physicians who are on the cutting edge of spine surgery, from being the first to use specific devices to being appointed as endowed chairs at major universities.
  2. 11 practices and ASCs planning to grow their orthopedic, spine presence in 2024

    Headed into 2024, several major ASCs and practices have set their sights on growth and expansion for the year, especially when it comes to musculoskeletal care lines. Several ASCs that do not currently have orthopedic care lines are seeking to add them as more orthopedic and spine procedures migrate to the outpatient setting. 
  3. Inspired Spine opens 2 centers of excellence for high BMI patients

    Burnsville, Minn.-based Inspired Spine has established two Centers of Excellence in rural areas of Kansas and Minnesota that specialize in providing complex spine care for patients with a high body mass index. 

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  1. AI is changing orthopedics. Here's how.

    Artificial intelligence has become one of the biggest buzzwords in healthcare. Here's what three orthopedic surgeons think about the evolution of AI in orthopedics. 
  2. Missouri spine practice adds Intracept procedure

    St. Louis-based Physicians Pain Services added the Intracept procedure, according to a Nov. 29 news release.
  3. Dr. Christopher Baker performs 1st procedure using Integrity Implant System

    Tampa-based Florida Orthopaedic Institute surgeon Christopher Baker, MD, has performed the first surgeries using Anika Therapeutics' Integrity Implant System, which is intended to promote healing in rotator cuff repair and other tendon procedures using a hyaluronic acid-based scaffold with bone and tendon fixation components and single use arthroscopic delivery instruments. 
  4. Twin Cities Orthopedics' MSO signs lease for new location

    Bloomington, Minn.-based Twin Cities Orthopedics' management services company, Revo Health, has signed a lease for a 33,492-square-foot facility in Bloomington, Minn., according to a Nov. 28 report from Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. 

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  1. 4 things to know about Orthofix's new CEO

    Massimo Calafiore was recently named as CEO of Orthofix, replacing an interim leader installed in September. Here are four things to know about him:
  2. Ashe Memorial Hospital opens orthopedic surgery, sports medicine clinic

    Jefferson, N.C.-based Ashe Memorial Hospital has opened Ashe Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine, according to a Nov. 27 report by Ashe Post & Times.
  3. Maxx Orthopedics adds VP of business development

    Orthopedic device company Maxx Orthopedics has tapped Ross Chamberlain as vice president of business development. 
  4. Will Ozempic alter spine, orthopedic fields?

    GLP-1 weight loss drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy are rising in popularity and evidence suggests their possible effectiveness for helping patients lose weight.
  1. The future of spine surgery & ASCs: 5 leaders' thoughts 

    As spine surgeries increasingly become approved for the outpatient setting, ASC leaders are eyeing new procedure lines and growth opportunities. 
  2. How well-positioned is Globus Medical for 2024?

    Following a more than $1 billion-revenue year in 2022, Globus Medical had high expectations for 2023. This year, the company completed a multibillion-dollar merger and surpassed previous quarterly earnings.
  3. Centra Health practice closure sends some patients to OrthoVirginia

    Centra Health's Southside Orthopedic practice is closing its location in Farmville, Va., The Farmville Herald reported Nov. 29.
  4. M6-C disc superior to ACDF after 5 years: study

    New data from Orthofix found its M6-C cervical disc saw better outcomes than anterior cervical discectomy and fusion after 5 years.
  5. Church sold to orthopedic surgeon to be revived as community center

    A Chicago church purchased by orthopedic surgeon and blues guitarist Daniel Ivankovich, MD, in 2022 will be revived as a community center and concert venue, Block Club Chicago reported Nov. 29.
  6. Dr. John Christoforetti elected vice president of ISHA

    The International Society for Hip Arthroscopy elected John Christoforetti, MD, as its next vice president.
  7. Dr. Scott Rodeo operates on New York Giants quarterback

    Scott Rodeo, MD, performed knee surgery on Daniel Jones, a quarterback for the New York Giants, at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.
  8. Proliance Surgeons hit with data breach

    Seattle-based Proliance Surgeons suffered a cyber attack in February, JD Supra reported Nov. 28.
  9. Future sight: What 14 spine, orthopedic surgeons are looking forward to in 2024

    Spine and orthopedic surgeons are looking ahead to 2024 with many expectations for the industry. From the development of artificial intelligence to ASCs and value-based care, here's what 14 spine and orthopedic surgeons are excited about for next year:

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