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  1. AR holds potential in spinal tumor cases: study

    Researchers at New York City-based Weill Cornell Medicine completed eight spinal tumor removals using augmented reality.
  2. Staffing, technology, growth and more: 4 surgeons' goals for 2023

    Adding new spinal surgery technology, recruiting staff and expanding education for patients and mentees are among a few of the goals spine and orthopedic surgeons have for 2023. 
  3. Maine orthopedic practice moves to larger space

    Belfast, Maine-based Waldo County General Hospital Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, an affiliate of MaineHealth, has moved to a new location double the size of its previous office, according to a Nov. 10 report from Penobscot Bay Pilot.

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  1. Dr. Don Park completes 100th DualPortal endoscopic spine case

    Don Park, MD, completed his 100th DualPortal endoscopic spine case, Amplify Surgical said Nov. 10.
  2. Listen up, residents and fellows: 12 spine surgeons' advice for the next generation

    The next generation of spine surgeons graduating residency and fellowship programs will soon be making many important decisions, including choosing their career path, the surgical skills and techniques they wish to hone, and where and with whom they wish to work. There are many challenges, but also many exciting opportunities. 
  3. Enovis secures Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeon award for AR guidance system

    Wilmington, Del.-based medical technology company Enovis has been awarded the American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons' Industry Innovation Award for its Arvis augmented reality guidance system, according to a Nov. 10 report from MarketScreener.
  4. 5 things to know about Fort Wayne Orthopedics

    Fort Wayne (Ind.) Orthopedics is a specialty practice serving patients in Northeast Indiana. Here are five things to know about the practice: 

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  1. 5 sports medicine updates in the last 30 days

    From a new Pittsburgh complex to new sports physician additions, here are five sports medicine updates Becker's has reported on since Oct. 12.  
  2. Resurgens Orthopaedics adds 2 physicians, opens new location

    Atlanta-based Resurgens Orthopaedics hired two physicians and opened a new location in College Park, Ga., the practice said Nov. 10.
  3. Hoag to provide care under former NFL player program

    Newport Beach, Calif.-based Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian was named by the Los Angeles Chargers as the exclusive healthcare provider for former NFL players under the NFL Dedicated Hospital Network Program.
  4. Centinel Spine's 3rd cervical disc makes commercial debut

    Centinel Spine's Prodisc C SK was used in its first commercial case, the devicemaker said Nov. 10.
  1. NuVasive's 'intelligent surgery' vision: 4 earnings call notes

    NuVasive saw key milestones for its spine technologies in the third quarter, according to a Nov. 9 earnings call.
  2. 3 orthopedic groups in Texas, California add price transparency tool

    Three orthopedic groups in Texas and California signed partnerships with HealthMe for its price transparency and direct-pay platform.
  3. 'The "team sport" mentality is pervasive': 2 surgeons on growing Northwell Health's spine program

    A "shared passion and purpose" among surgeons is important to Northwell Health's spine program, Alexander Butler, MD, and Frank Schwab, MD, said.
  4. Surgalign to discontinue some products as part of corporate restructuring

    Surgalign's board of directors on Nov. 8 approved a corporate restructuring program that's expected to save the company $30 million to $35 million in 2023.
  5. RWJBarnabas Health earns 3rd consecutive Joint Commission certification

    New Brunswick, N.J.-based Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, an affiliate of RWJBarnabas Health, received its third consecutive Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission for Hip and Knee Replacement Disease-Specific Care Certification. 
  6. NuVasive's Q3 revenues rise 9%: 4 notes

    NuVasive on Nov. 9 posted third quarter net sales of $295.3 million.
  7. 7 things to know about Crystal Clinic Orthopedic Center

    Akron, Ohio-based Crystal Clinic Orthopedic Center is part of a physician-owned hospital system serving patients across the state. Here are seven things to know about the clinic: 
  8. ZimVie's Q3 revenue dips 10.6%: 4 notes

    Zimmer Biomet on Nov. 9 posted third-quarter revenue of $213.3 million.
  9. 4 developments in joint replacement tech

    Here are four updates in total hip and knee replacement technology since Oct. 9:

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