Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. Bozeman Health opens spine and joint institute

    Bozeman (Mont.) Health has opened a new spine and joint institute inside of the newly constructed inpatient unit at Deaconess Regional Medical Center in partnership with a team of orthopedic surgeons at Alpine Orthopedics and Bridger Orthopedics, according to a Nov. 16 report from the Longview News-Journal.
  2. The challenges and opportunities to bring spine technology abroad: Dr. Roger Härtl

    Helping spine surgeons hone their craft in Tanzania and assisting fellows has been one of the proudest accomplishments this year for Roger Härtl, MD.
  3. Dr. Neal ElAttrache to operate on Cleveland Browns quarterback

    Neal ElAttrache, MD, is set to perform shoulder surgery on Deshaun Watson, a quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, at the Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute in Los Angeles, according to a Nov. 16 report by Sports Illustrated.

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  1. 2 orthopedic surgeons on the life-changing experience of volunteering

    Michael Redler, MD, and Scott Sigman, MD, are two orthopedic surgeons who are part of One World Surgery, a charitable organization that provides orthopedic surgery.
  2. 3 spine, orthopedic CEO moves

    Here are three spine and orthopedic CEO moves Becker's has reported on since Oct. 13: 
  3. The 'arms race' of AI will benefit orthopedics, 1 surgeon says

    Orthopedic surgeon Brian Grawe, MD, said he's optimistic about the trajectory of artificial intelligence in medicine.
  4. PathKeeper 3D spine navigation system makes Massachusetts debut

    PathKeeper Surgical's 3D optical navigation system has been used in Massachusetts for the first time during a spinal fusion surgery at Southcoast Health's St. Luke's Hospital in New Bedford. 

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  1. Hospital for Special Surgery receives gift to bolster AI

    New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery received support from Schmidt Futures to advance artificial intelligence and machine learning efforts, according to a Nov. 16 news release.
  2. What 4 spine surgeons are thankful for in 2023

    Here are the things spine surgeons and physicians are grateful for in 2023 ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
  3. 7 healthcare facilities adding orthopedic robots

    Here are seven healthcare facilities that have added orthopedic robots that Becker's has reported on since Oct. 23:
  4. 5 celebrities with scoliosis

    Scoliosis affects 2% to 3% of the U.S. population, or approximately 6 million  to 9 million people. The condition accounts for more than 38,000 spinal fusion procedures each year, according to the National Scoliosis Foundation. Scoliosis affects professional athletes, musicians, actors and others on a daily basis.
  1. 5 insights from Dr. Alex Vaccaro to know in 2023

    Alexander Vaccaro, MD, PhD, president of Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, has provided his insight on a range of topics in spine and orthopedics this year.
  2. 5 spine, neurosurgeons honored in 3 weeks

    Here are five surgeons receiving recognition that Becker's has reported on since Oct. 19:
  3. Dr. Ryan Molli on swinging the pendulum back to private practice

    Ryan Molli, DO, said he hopes more orthopedic surgeons will lean into private practice in the future.
  4. Memorial Hospital adds 2 orthopedic surgeons

    North Conway, N.H.-based Memorial Hospital's orthopedics and sports medicine practice has added two orthopedic surgeons. 
  5. 4 recent spine, orthopedic firsts

    Here are four spine and orthopedic surgery "firsts" since Oct. 1.
  6. Value-based care and orthopedics: What to know

    The popularity of value-based care is growing across healthcare, and orthopedic and spine care are no exceptions. 
  7. 93K-square-foot Rush Orthopedic building sold

    A 93,386-square-foot medical building in Oak Brook, Ill., 99% leased to Rush University System for Health has sold, according to a Nov. 15 report from Boston Real Estate Times. 
  8. Aurora Spine sales up 7.7% in Q3

    Aurora Spine has announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2023, seeing a 7.7% growth in sales from the same quarter last year. 
  9. TCO, Ridgeview open Minnesota orthopedic institute

    Bloomington, Minn.-based Twin Cities Orthopedics and Waconia, Minn.-based Ridgeview have partnered to open the Orthopedic Institute on Ridgeview's Chaska (Minn.) Campus. 

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