Here are 12 key notes from orthopedic and spine device companies in the past week.
Jocelyn Idema, DO, recently implanted Centinel Spine's newest generation of its prodisc L lumbar artificial disc replacement.
Johnson & Johnson issued a new share-repurchase plan to buy back $5 billion in stock.
WishBone Medical signed a licensing agreement for its guided growth plating system for children with deformed limbs.
With two manufacturing facilities in Shannon and Oranmore, Ireland, Zimmer Biomet celebrated 10 years of Irish operations.
Mizuho OSI said cheers to its 40th anniversary as a leader in operating room technology and patient positioning solutions.
Overland Park (Kan.) Surgical Suites is the first Midwestern outpatient surgery center to offer robotic-assisted partial and total knee replacement using Smith & Nephew's Navio Surgical System.
OrthoPediatrics fully launched its small stature scoliosis system in the U.S.
Medical device company Conformis will implement various strategies in 2019 to improve its overall business model and achieve profitability in 2021.
Stryker board member Ronda Stryker and her husband donated $30 million to Atlanta-based Spelman College in support of a new center for innovation and the arts.
DJO plans to move its headquarters from San Diego to Dallas early next year.
Irvine, Calif.-based Hoag Orthopedic Institute began enrolling patients in Zimmer Biomet's mymobility clinical study, which aims to analyze patient experiences with the device company's new app.
In2Bones Global launched its PEEK PitStop Subtalar Implant for flat foot deformity.