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  1. 5 things to know about Zimmer Biomet's new CEO

    Zimmer Biomet on Aug. 22 named Ivan Tornos as its new CEO. Here are five things to know about him.
  2. How 6 spine surgeons approach physician safety

    Healthcare professionals have faced increased risks in the last year. Violence against healthcare workers saw a significant increase globally in 2022. Meanwhile there are regular risks in the operating room with radiation exposure and other illnesses.
  3. Dr. Michael Ciccotti on building relationships in sports medicine

    Michael Ciccotti, MD, of Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, wears many hats. He oversees sports medicine at Rothman, and he's the head team physician and medical director of the Philadelphia Phillies. 

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  1. University Orthopedics becomes 1st in Rhode Island to debut Intracept spine procedure

    East Providence, R.I.-based University Orthopedics has become the first in the state to offer the Intracept spine procedure for patients seeking relief from vertebrogenic pain. 
  2. Here's why regenerative medicine needs more research in sports medicine, 1 surgeon says

    The consensus on whether regenerative medicine is effective in sports medicine is still up in the air, according to Michael Ciccotti, MD, of Rothman Orthopaedic Institute in Philadelphia.
  3. Dr. Mohamed Salar joins MSU Health Care Sports Medicine

    East Lansing, Mich.-based MSU Health Care Sports Medicine has added orthopedic spine surgeon Mohamed Salar, MD.
  4. Baptist Health, Miami Dolphins open orthopedic care center

    Coral Gables, Fla.-based Baptist Health has partnered with the NFL's Miami Dolphins to open an orthopedic care complex in Miami Gardens, Fla.

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  1. The 7 best hospitals in the Midwest for neurosurgery

    U.S. News & World Report has named its top 30 neurology and neurosurgery hospitals in the U.S. for 2023 and 2024, including seven hospitals in the Midwest. 
  2. Zimmer Biomet CEO leaves for 3M

    Zimmer Biomet's CEO, Bryan Hanson, is leaving the orthopedic medtech company for 3M healthcare spinoff Health Care Business Group. 
  3. How 1 orthopedic surgeon is prioritizing work-life balance this year

    Despite facing increased pressures from insurers and regulatory agencies, one orthopedic surgeon is determined to maintain a positive work-life balance.
  4. Aurora Spine posts 12.3% sales decrease in Q2

    Aurora Spine on Aug. 23 posted second quarter revenue of $3.57 million.
  1. Dr. Camilo Molina debuts DeGen Medical's patient-specific spine implant

    Camilo Molina, MD, performed the first case with DeGen Medical's Puri-Ti spine implant, the devicemaker said Aug. 23.
  2. Buffalo Surgery Center transferring ownership to 6 orthopedic surgeons

    Amherst, N.Y.-based Buffalo Surgery Center plans to transfer 24 percent of its ownership interest to six orthopedic surgeons, according to an Aug. 22 report from Buffalo News.
  3. Abrazo Health expands spine robotics program

    Phoenix-based Abrazo Health is growing its robotic spine program and added the ExcelsiusGPS to its Glendale, Ariz.-based Arrowhead Campus, reported Aug. 22.
  4. HOPCo establishes joint venture with Provider Network Solutions to expand value-based care

    Healthcare Outcomes Performance Company, a leader in musculoskeletal practice management, has partnered with Provider Network Solutions to establish a joint venture: HOPCo Network Solutions. 
  5. DxTx Pain and Spine secures $50M investment

    Elgin, Ill.-based DxTx Pain and Spine has secured a $50 million private equity investment from international firm BC Partners Credit. 
  6. 7 spine, orthopedic firsts

    Becker's has reported on seven spine and orthopedic "firsts" since July 18.
  7. University of Alabama at Birmingham adds spine robot

    The University of Alabama Birmingham added the ExcelsiusGPS spine robot, according to an Aug. 22 news release. 
  8. Kentucky medical center completes 100th robotic-assisted orthopedic procedure

    Frankfort (Ky.) Regional Medical Center has completed its 100th robotic-assisted orthopedic procedure, according to an Aug. 21 report from The State Journal.
  9. Medtronic sees $7.7B in Q1 sales for fiscal year 2024

    Medtronic on Aug. 22 posted $7.7 billion in revenue for the first quarter of fiscal year 2024.

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