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  1. 4 facts to know about Twin Cities Orthopedics CEO Aaron Johnson

    St. Paul, Minn.-based Twin Cities Orthopedics named Aaron Johnson CEO Oct. 22, 2020.
  2. 5 fast facts on Twin Cities Orthopedics President Dr. Owen O'Neill

    St. Paul, Minn.-based Twin Cities Orthopedics named Owen O'Neill, MD, president Feb. 1, 2021.
  3. 'The city became part of me': How 11 spine surgeons chose where to practice

    From connections within training programs to personal bonds with a city, spine surgeons must weigh many considerations when deciding where to work.

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  1. 5 orthopedic surgeon moves in August

    A physician joined the board of a healthcare communications firm, and four more orthopedic surgeons joined new practices in August:
  2. OrthAlign's navigation system hits 200K joint replacement cases

    OrthAlign, a medical device company, reached a milestone for its navigation technology in joint replacements, according to a Sept. 9 news release.
  3. EmergeOrtho names CEO

    Allison Farmer is Durham, N.C.-based EmergeOrtho's new CEO, the practice announced Sept. 9.
  4. 10 spine surgeons to know

    A physician who wrote a bill tackling prior authorizations and nine more spine surgeons to know:
  1. 2 new orthopedic centers totaling almost $90M: 6 details

    Becker's reported on two orthopedic centers opening in September with hefty price tags.
  2. How Stryker & Medtronic are expanding their scope beyond orthopedics, spine

    Since Aug. 1, two device companies have made deals widening their scope beyond spine and orthopedics.
  3. 5 facts about Cleveland Clinic's head of orthopedics

    Thomas Mroz, MD, is the institute chair for Cleveland Clinic's Orthopaedic and Rheumatologic Institute as well as the director of the Center for Spine Health and director of spine research at Cleveland Clinic. He was appointed in 2004.
  4. How 4 physicians envision orthopedic surgery in 2031

    From a breakup within the specialty to growing robot-assisted procedures, here are the predictions of what orthopedic surgery will look like in the next decade from four surgeons.
  1. Neurosurgeon leads new spine center in Florida

    Wilson Asfora, MD, will lead Miami-based Ceda Orthopedic Group's newly opened spine surgery center in the same city, according to a Sept. 8 news release. 
  2. 5 spine, orthopedic leadership appointments in 7 days

    Becker's Spine Review reported on five key spine and orthopedic leadership appointments since Sept. 1.
  3. Acquisitions, launches & more: 4 device company updates

    Here are four key updates from spine and orthopedic device companies in the last week:
  4. 2 federal cases involving spine, orthopedic physicians to know

    The U.S. Department of Justice handed down two indictments involving physicians in the last 30 days.
  5. Former Zimmer Biomet, NuVasive execs join Spinal Elements

    Devicemaker Spinal Elements appointed two leaders to its commercial team, the company said Sept. 8.
  6. Joimax snags FDA nod for 2 interbody devices

    Joimax's EndoLIF Delta cage and EndoLIF double wedge cage both received FDA clearance, the devicemaker said Sept. 7.
  7. Dr. Jason Lowenstein debuts minimally invasive technology for scoliosis correction

    Jason Lowenstein, MD, performed New Jersey's first scoliosis surgery with a new FDA-approved, minimally invasive system.
  8. Intelivation Technologies gets FDA approval for cervical interbody fusion device

    St. Simons Island, Ga.-based medical device company Intelivation Technologies won FDA approval for the Advantage-C PEEK cervical interbody fusion device, the company said Sept. 8.
  9. Stryker acquires company with AI-monitoring platform

    Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Stryker, an orthopedics technology company, said Sept. 7 that it acquired Menlo Park, Calif.-based medical device company Gauss Surgical, developer of the Triton artificial intelligence platform.

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