Becker's has reported on several practice closures in the spine and orthopedic industries over the last few years.
Here are 12 practice closures since 2019:
Tri-County Orthopedics closed its Denville, N.J., office in May.
The BoulderCentre (Colo.) for Orthopedics & Spine closed a facility in Lafayette, Colo., in anticipation of a new facility in Broomfield, Colo.
The Advanced Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine closed its clinic in Owensboro, Ky., to relocate to a new space.
Venice, Fla.-based Suncoast Orthopedics closed its Venice facility and Venice Satellite Office in anticipation of a new facility.
Columbus, Ind.-based Southern Indiana Orthopedics closed its Columbus office to prepare for a move to a new facility.
Shriners Hospitals for Children announced its plan in February to close an orthopedic hospital in Tampa.
Las Cruces (N.M.) Orthopaedic Associates, a four-physician practice, closed in May, citing "unforeseen circumstances" tied to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grand Blanc, Mich.-based McLaren Health Care closed its orthopedic hospital in Lansing, Mich., to make way for a 262-bed replacement hospital.
Overland Park, Kan.-based Pinnacle Regional Hospital, which specialized in spinal fusion, closed in April 2020.
Cooper County Memorial Hospital in Boonville, Mo., which specialized in spine surgery as part of Hollywood, Fla.-based Pinnacle Healthcare System, closed in January 2020.
Advanced Spine and Pain and Coffey Family Medical closed in August, after the government made fraud allegations against the clinics' owner.
Tampa, Fla.-based Laser Spine Institute closed March 1.