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  1. Campbell Clinic's Dr. Marcus Ford earns AAHKS honor

    Germantown, Tenn.-based Campbell Clinic orthopedic surgeon Marcus Ford, MD, has earned the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons' Clinical Research Award. 
  2. Lenox Hill Hospital 1st in New York to implant alternative to lumbar spine fusion

    New York City-based Northwell Lenox Hill Hospital has become the first in the state to successfully implant a motion-sparing device as an alternative to lumbar spine fusions. 
  3. The payer trend 1 physician is watching

    As the popularity of spine procedures in the ASC setting continues to grow, some physicians worry that payer behavior could stunt technological growth and surgeon abilities. 

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  1. Texas Spine Consultants partners with United Musculoskeletal Partners

    Dallas-based Texas Spine Consultants, a group specializing in spine surgical management, has partnered with musculoskeletal management group United Musculoskeletal Partners. 
  2. Augmedics treats 5,000th patient using AR spine technology

    Augmedics has treated its 5,000th patient using its Xvision spine system, the first augmented reality system to gain FDA approval for surgery. 
  3. Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies expands

    Four physicians are joining Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies, according to the Loveland Reporter-Herald.
  4. 4 orthopedic device companies ranked by revenue

    The major players in the orthopedic and spine device space are vying for market share while also bringing on additional capabilities and services.

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  1. UCSF names orthopedic surgery chair

    UCSF Health appointed Benjamin Ma, MD, chair of its orthopedic surgery department, according to Newswise.
  2. What this orthopedic surgeon hopes to see from the industry in 2024

    Advancements in minimally invasive surgery, telemedicine and imaging technologies are just a few of the things on one surgeon's wishlist for 2024.
  3. Dr. Robert Harper joins BoulderCentre for Orthopedics & Spine

    BoulderCentre for Orthopedics & Spine in Colorado has added Robert Harper, MD, to its staff.
  4. Orthofix releases study on additional therapy for lumbar spinal fusion procedures

    Spine and orthopedic products company Orthofix released new data on pulsed electromagnetic field stimulation, an additional therapy to lumbar spinal fusion procedures for patients at risk for pseudarthrosis.
  1. Life Spine settles litigation with Aegis Spine

    Life Spine settled its litigation agianst Aegis Spine and secured a court order permanently prohibiting marketing or sales of AccelFix-XT devices in the U.S., according to a Dec. 21 news release.
  2. It's time to turn a critical eye to orthopedic tech, says Dr. Philip Louie

    The orthopedic industry is filled with new technology, but gathering information on such technology is key before diving in head first. 
  3. Dr. Will Workman operates on Oakland Athletics pitcher

    Will Workman, MD, performed knee surgery on Sean Newcomb, a pitcher for the Oakland Athletics, at the Webster Surgery Center in Oakland, Calif.
  4. What we heard in 2023

    Spine and orthopedic experts this year spoke with Becker's Spine Review about topics from Ozempic to outpatient migration.
  5. How orthopedic surgeons want the industry to evolve in 2024

    The orthopedic industry is constantly changing. Here is how orthopedic surgeons hope it evolves in 2024. 
  6. Dr. Anthony Melonakos to retire at the end of 2023

    A Michigan orthopedic surgeon has announced his plans to retire at the end of the year, The Monroe News reported Dec. 21.
  7. Dr. Scott Luhmann performs 1st pediatric deformity case with VisAR

    Scott Luhmann, MD, of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, completed the first pediatric deformity case with the VisAR augmented reality system.
  8. Dr. Philip Louie named co-program chair of the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

    Philip Louie, MD, of Seattle-based Virginia Mason Franciscan Health, was named co-program chair of the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, according to a Dec. 20 LinkedIn post. 
  9. 2 spine surgeon's 2024 resolutions

    Two spine surgeons share their New Years resolutions for 2024.

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