Here are nine key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies:
Collagen Matrix, acquired by private equity firm Linden Capital Partners last year, appointed Shawn McCarthy CEO on Jan. 29.
Atlas Spine on Jan. 28 launched its V3 Guided Segmental Plating System, expanding treatments for complex deformity and degenerative conditions of the cervical spine.
San Antonio-based NuHope, an outpatient treatment center focused on reducing patient opioid dependency, appointed Jeff Dunkel as CEO on Jan. 28.
Assure Holdings on Jan. 28 signed an agreement to provide intraoperative neuromonitoring services for a five-surgeon practice based in Western Colorado.
SpinalCyte changed its name Jan. 28 to FibroGenesis.
Stryker named Don Payerle president of joint replacement, effective March 1.
Baron Lonner, MD, of New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System, performed the first spinal tethering surgery in New York City to correct idiopathic scoliosis.
Anika Therapeutics on Jan. 24 acquired privately held sports medicine company Parcus Medical.
Rob Pace, co-founder and CFO of Osseus Fusion Systems, was appointed CEO Jan. 27.
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