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  1. What Hospital for Special Surgery did in the first half of 2024

    In the first half of 2024, New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery grew multiple partnerships and grew its leadership.
  2. Allogeneic disc progenitor cells safe for patients with lumbar disc degeneration: Study

    Progenitor cells from intervertebral disc tissue were found to be safe for increasing disc volume and reducing pain in lumbar disc degeneration patients, according to a study in the June 2024 issue of the International Journal of Spine Surgery.
  3. New Jersey Brain and Spine adds Xvision system

    Neurosurgeons with Hackensack-based New Jersey Brain and Spine completed the state's first procedures with Augmedics' xvision system in December, the practice said in a July 8 news release.

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  1. 18 spine surgeons, neurosurgeons joining new systems in 2024

    Here are 18 spine surgeons and neurosurgeons that have joined new hospitals and health systems that Becker's has reported on through the first six months of 2024:
  2. 4 medtech notes: Medtronic, SpineCraft and more

    From new partnerships to clinical studies, here are four updates from medtech companies since June 26.
  3. Stanford researchers: MRI scans can predict spinal cord injury recovery

    An international study out of Stanford (Calif.) University found measuring the width of spared spinal cord tissue at an injury site can help predict patient recovery.
  4. Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic opens 10th physical therapy clinic location

    Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic announced the opening of its newest physical therapy clinic in Knightdale, N.C.

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  1. 13 orthopedic surgeon moves in June | 2024

    Here are 13 orthopedic surgeons who recently joined new practices or added to their titles, as reported by Becker's in June:
  2. The 21 medical schools participating in 2024's Diversity in Sports Medicine initiative

    In May 2022, the National Football League launched a program to diversify the population of students interested in sports medicine and orthopedics, offering students from historically Black colleges and universities the opportunity to complete a clinical rotation with NFL clubs. 
  3. Former lab CEO sentenced over fraud at orthopedic practice

    Aaron Rossi, former CEO of the now closed Reditus Labs, was sentenced to five years in prison for federal mail and tax fraud and plans to defraud Bloomington-based Central Illinois Orthopedic Surgery, 25 News Now reported July 2.
  4. The 3 levels of spine leadership

    Spine surgeons should approach leadership with a quiet confidence and an understanding of three different areas they have to take charge, Philip Louie, MD, of Seattle-based Virginia Mason Medical Center.
  1. SpineCraft, Spartan Medical partner

    SpineCraft and Spartan Medical inked a strategic partnership to provide medical devices to the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense, civilian hospitals, and ASCs.
  2. Certificate of need laws by state

    Certificate-of-need laws vary by state, and they can have pros and cons for healthcare providers seeking to open new practices in the orthopedic space and beyond. 
  3. Franciscan Health opens new orthopedic surgery office

    Mishawaka, Ind.-based Franciscan Health has opened a new orthopedic surgeon's office in La Porte, Ind.
  4. Big wins, losses for Medtronic

    Medtronic has had a tumultuous year, facing chief executive resignations, layoffs and shuttered facilities. 
  5. 6 orthopedic MSO moves in 2024

    From leadership changes to growing networks, here are six key developments from orthopedic management service organizations in the first half of 2024.
  6. Dr. Joshua Herzog performs his first case with ExcelsiusGPS

    Joshua Herzog, MD, performed his first case with the ExcelsiusGPS, according to a July 2 LinkedIn post. 
  7. Coastal Orthopedics confirms patient data leak

    Bradenton, Fla.-based Coastal Orthopedics has confirmed a patient data breach linked to a June 2023 cyberattack, according to a June 28 report from JDSupra.
  8. Neuralink cancels second planned surgery

    Neuralink, Elon Musk's neurotechnology company, canceled its plans for a second brain implant surgery due to the patient's medical condition, Bloomberg reported June 28.
  9. 2 University Orthopedics surgeons tapped for new leadership roles

    East Providence, R.I.-based University Orthopedics surgeons Brett Owens, MD, and Valentin Antoci, MD, have been tapped for new leadership roles in the community. 

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