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  1. Why orthopedic surgeons are leaving the field

    Orthopedic surgeons are facing several challenges that could be leading them to step away from the field.
  2. The red tape pushing orthopedic surgeons away

    Challenges with insurance reimbursement and authorizations could be contributing to orthopedic surgeons leaving the field, according to Jonathan Koenig, MD.
  3. Dr. Osama Kashlan joins Weill Cornell Medicine neurosurgery faculty

    Neurosurgeon Osama Kashlan, MD, has joined New York City-based Weill Cornell Medicine's neurological surgery department and will see patients at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist.

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  1. 5 things to know about The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics

    The Centers for Advanced Orthopedics in Bethesda, Md., is one of the largest orthopedic groups in the U.S.
  2. HCA Florida Hospital 1st in region to add X-ray vision spine surgery

    West Palm Beach, Fla.-based HCA Florida JFK North Hospital has become the first facility in the county to add X-ray vision spine surgery technology, according to a Feb. 29 report from South Florida Hospital News.
  3. Discrimination persists toward LGBTQ+ orthopedic specialists: Study

    Half of orthopedic surgeons and trainees report experiencing bullying, discrimination or differential treatment by colleagues in the workforce, according to a study published Feb. 28 in Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. 
  4. Memorial Hospital of Carbon County opens remodeled orthopedic clinic

    Rawlins, Wyo.-based Memorial Hospital of Carbon County has opened its newly remodeled orthopedic and pain clinic, according to a Feb. 29 report from The Saratoga Sun.

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  1. Orthofix realigns spine business, names bone growth therapies leader

    Orthofix is realigning its spine business unit effective March 1, and the company named Jason Shallenberger as president of the bone growth therapies business.
  2. Spineart completes enrollment for cervical disc trial

    Spineart completed enrollment for the U.S. investigational device exemption trial with the Baguera C cervical disc implant, the devicemaker said Feb. 29.
  3. Woven Orthopedics gets 2nd FDA clearance for Ogmend

    Woven Orthopedics earned its second FDA 510(k) clearance for the Ogmed implantable sleeve, the company said Feb. 29.
  4. ZimVie's 2023 spine sales fall 9% ahead of sale

    ZimVie posted spine sales decreases in the fourth quarter and full year ahead of its planned sale of the business segment.
  1. The issues 2 spine surgeons are watching this election year

    Primaries are underway for the 2024 presidential election, and healthcare remains a pertinent topic for many voters.
  2. Rothman Orthopaedics' 5-year recap: 36 big moves

    Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedics is one of the largest orthopedic groups in the U.S., with more than 200 active physicians.
  3. Nevro earns FDA clearance for SI joint fixation system

    Nevro earned FDA 510(k) clearance to use its sacroiliac joint fixation system without having to include a lateral screw, the devicemaker said Feb. 28.
  4. 50 things to know about the spine field in 2024

    Here are 50 things to know about the spine field from compensation, leadership, policy and more.
  5. Nova Ortho and Spine expands orthopedics in Georgia

    Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Nova Ortho and Spine opened its first location in Georgia, the practice's parent company Cardiff Lexington Corp. said Feb. 28. 
  6. 4 medtech notes: Alphatec, Smith+Nephew and more

    Here are four key developments from spine and orthopedic devicemakers since Feb. 21.
  7. Cervical disc replacement on the rise, ACDF leveling out: A 10-year review

    Cervical disc replacement has increased significantly from 2011 and 2021 while anterior cervical discectomy and fusion plateaued, according to a study published Feb. 24 in The Spine Journal. 
  8. Dr. Christopher Palmer leads robotic joint replacements in Missouri

    Christopher Palmer, DO, a Missouri-based orthopedic surgeon, has performed more than 2,000 robotic joint replacements using Stryker's Mako robot — more than anyone else in the state, according to a Feb. 27 report from St. Louis Magazine.
  9. Orthopedic hospital proposed in Ohio

    An orthopedic and stroke rehabilitation hospital has been proposed for a vacant mixed-use site in Seven Hills, Ohio, according to a Feb. 28 report from Cleveland.com.

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