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  1. What's next for SI joint fusion? 8 spine surgeon insights

    Sacroiliac joint fusion continues to develop with new technology and recognition from payers. Here is how eight spine surgeons expect the procedure to develop in the near future.
  2. Dr. Marcus Rothermich debuts Microsoft's HoloLens at Andrews Sports Medicine

    Marcus Rothermich, MD, debuted Microsoft's HoloLens goggles for a sports medicine case.
  3. 4 spine surgeons open practice in Utah

    Four spine surgeons collaborated to open Masters Spine Institute in Park City, Utah. 

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  1. 3 orthopedic surgeons join Formus Labs' advisory board

    Three orthopedic surgeons joined Formus Labs' clinical advisory board, the medtech company said Feb. 15. 
  2. Spire Orthopedic Partners completes 4 acquisitions in 1 year

    Spire Orthopedic Partners, a physician owned and operated management partner backed by private equity firm Kohlberg and Co., has quickly made a name for itself in the orthopedic MSO space since its 2021 founding.
  3. ModMed named top EHR for orthopedic practices, per Black Book

    Technology leader ModMed has been named the top EHR system for orthopedic practices for the sixth year in a row by poll conductor Black Book. 
  4. Englewood Health re-certified by The Joint Commission for knee, hip replacement

    Englewood (N.J.) Health has been re-certified by The Joint Commission for its hip and knee replacement, spinal fusion surgery and stroke care programs. 

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  1. Dr. Bryan Kelly's 'strategic vision of responsible growth' for Hospital for Special Surgery

    Bryan Kelly, MD, New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery's new president and incoming chief executive officer, has big plans as its first surgeon to hold the top leadership position.
  2. Dr. Douglas Padgett named Hospital for Special Surgery's next surgeon-in-chief and medical director

    Douglas Padgett, MD, will succeed Bryan Kelly, MD, as New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery's surgeon-in-chief and medical director.
  3. MLB player Jesse Winker lauds disc replacement after undergoing procedure

    Jesse Winker, an outfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers, had a cervical disc replacement during the offseason and said he is "feeling strong," according to an article posted by MLB on Feb. 14.
  4. BayCare Clinic opens new orthopedic, sports medicine facility

    BayCare Clinic has opened a new orthopedic and sports medicine facility on the east side of Green Bay, Wis., according to a Feb. 14 report from Fox affiliate WLUK.
  1. Ulrich Medical's minimally invasive spine system debuts

    Ulrich Medical's Momentum minimally invasive spine system was used in its first case, the devicemaker said Feb. 14.
  2. Orthopedic surgeon to give commencement speech at University of Georgia

    Orthopedic surgeon Leah Brown, MD, was tapped to give the commencement speech in May at Athen-based University of Georgia, The Red & Black reported Feb. 14.
  3. New Jersey orthopedic surgeons create online community

    OrthoNJ, a community of orthopedic surgeons in the state of New Jersey, launched a website to provide patients with care information in the state. 
  4. 3-year data shows efficacy of bone marrow aspirate for spine treatment

    A three-year study of Creative Medical Technology Holdings' StemSpine procedure found it was effective for addressing chronic lower back pain.
  5. February is Black History Month: 10 Black spine surgeons to know

    Out of the more than 19,565 orthopedic surgeons in the U.S., only 1.8 percent are Black. Here are 10 Black spine surgeons working to increase representation in the field.
  6. Dr. Craig Mintzer to operate on Florida pro soccer star

    Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute surgeon Craig Mintzer, MD, will perform surgery on Orlando Pride defender Carrie Lawrence to repair an ACL tear in her left knee. 
  7. Former Philadelphia Eagles player wins $43.5M verdict in knee injury case

    Former Philadelphia Eagles team captain Chris Maragos won a $43.5 million jury verdict in his lawsuit naming an orthopedic surgeon, CBS Sports reported Feb. 13.
  8. Oklahoma hospital earns Orthopedic Center of Excellence designation

    Hillcrest Hospital South in Tulsa, Okla. earned DNV's Orthopedic Center of Excellence designation.
  9. Centinel Spine reaches 500th implant with total disc devices

    Centinel Spine reached the 500th case with prodisc C Vivo and prodisc C SK, the devicemaker said Feb. 14.

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