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  1. Spinal Elements releases 3D-printed interbody portfolio

    Spinal Elements launced its Ventana 3D-printed interbody portfolio, according to a Nov. 28 news release.
  2. Pristine Surgical releases single-use 4K arthroscope

    Pristine Surgical's Summit arthroscope was released in a full market launch, the company said Nov. 28.
  3. Former NuVasive, LimaCorporate exec to lead Orthofix

    Orthofix named Massimo Calafiore as its new president and CEO.

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  1. Coastal Orthopedics surgeon to provide care at PGA tournament

    R. Stephen Otte, MD, will serve as an on-site orthopedic physician for the upcoming PGA World Champions Cup in Bradenton, Fla.
  2. Southern Oregon Orthopedics opens outpatient center

    Southern Oregon Orthopedics has opened an outpatient surgery location in Medford, Ore.
  3. Ohio facility to offer minimally invasive spine procedures in 2024

    Vertrae, a spine center in Miamisburg, Ohio, will offer minimally invasive spine surgery in 2024, the Dayton Daily News reported Nov. 23. 
  4. 28 spine devices receive FDA 510(k) approval in October

    The Food and Drug Administration cleared 28 spine-related devices with 510(k) approval in October.

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  1. Ozzy Osbourne reveals spine surgery struggles

    Singer and songwriter Ozzy Osbourne revealed his struggles post-spine surgery in an interview with Rolling Stone UK, published online Nov. 26.
  2. Physician found guilty in spine imaging kickback scheme

    Pyam Toobian, MD, a Kings Point, N.Y.-based physician, was found guilty of a kickback scheme providing gift cards in exchange for patient referrals, according to a press release from the New York State Attorney General.
  3. Where spine disruption is happening

    The spine surgery industry has seen major shifts in recent years. Here are three areas to watch.
  4. 6 medtech notes in 7 days

    Here are six spine and orthopedic medtech updates that Becker's has reported on since Nov. 14:
  1. Why the future of AI excites this orthopedic surgeon

    David Garelick, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon at the Illinois Bone & Joint Institute in Chicago. He recently shared with Becker'shis thoughts on current and future trends in orthopedics and healthcare.
  2. Camber Spine taps new CEO

    Camber Spine, a company known for its minimally invasive spine devices and commercialized products, hastapped Brooks McAdam as its new CEO. 
  3. Crovetti Orthopaedics opens 2nd Las Vegas location

    Henderson, Nev.-based Crovetti Orthopedics has opened its second location in the area, featuring Queensridge Surgery Center and Queensridge Surgical Recovery Suites. The facilities are located inside the Queensridge Medical Center in Las Vegas. 
  4. Quincy Medical Group, Memorial Hospital partner to expand orthopedic care

    Quincy (Ill.) Medical Group and Springfield, Ill.-based Memorial Hospital have expanded their collaborative efforts to enhance orthopedic care for patients in the community, according to a Nov. 22 report from the Hancock County Journal-Pilot. 
  5. Alaska system adds Stryker robot for joint replacements

    Homer, Alaska-based South Peninsula Hospital has added Stryker's Mako robotic system for total knee replacements, according to a Nov. 21 report from radio station KBBI.
  6. 4 WWE stars undergoing spine, orthopedic surgery in 2023

    Surgeons at Birmingham, Ala.-based Andrews Sports Medicine have operated on four World Wrestling Entertainment stars in 2023, including John Cena and Robert Roode. 
  7. Do spine patients prefer hospitals or ASCs?

    The number of spinal procedures performed in the ASC setting is on the rise, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  8. 5 spine practices to know

    Here are five spine centers to know:
  9. Dr. Jeffrey Dugas operates on John Cena

    Jeffrey Dugas, MD, of Birmingham, Ala.-based Andrews Sports Medicine, recently performed two surgeries on actor and WWE wrestler John Cena.

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