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  1. Pharmacy founder gives largest ever donation to UConn for sports medicine center improvements

    Trisha Bailey, MD, University of Connecticut (Storrs) graduate and founder of Bailey's Pharmacy and Bailey's Medical Equipment and Supplies, has donated the largest gift ever received by the UConn athletics department to improve its training and sports medicine facilities. 
  2. AMA adds billing code for posterior sacroiliac joint fusion

    The American Medical Association established a Category 1 billing code for posterior sacroiliac joint fusion.
  3. 8 physicians who have treated sports stars in the last 60 days

    From surgery on a Jets quarterback to the treatment of a WWE star, here are eight physicians who have treated sports stars in the last 60 days: 

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  1. 7 things to know about Summit Orthopedics

    Summit Orthopedics has been providing full-service orthopedic care in the Saint Paul, Minn. area for over 30 years. 
  2. Ulrich Medical USA earns FDA clearance for 3D-printed interbody device

    Ulrich Medical USA's Flux-C 3D-printed cervical interbody device earned FDA 510(k) approval, the devicemaker said Oct. 14.
  3. Assure Holdings brings neuromonitoring services to New Jersey

    Intraoperative neuromonitoring company Assure Holdings expanded its services to New Jersey, and the first case was completed, according to an Oct. 14 news release.
  4. Dr. Amin Kassam to lead NorthShore Neurological Institute

    NorthShore University HealthSystem hired neurosurgeon Amin Kassam, MD, to lead the NorthShore Neurological Institute at Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights, Ill.

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  1. What 3 spine surgeons wish they knew before going into practice

    Small-business skills and dealing with insurance companies are a few of the things three spine surgeons said they wish they had been taught before going into practice. 
  2. Surgeon leaves Rothman after 12 years to establish boutique spine practice

    Kris Radcliff, MD, has left Rothman Orthopaedic Institute in Philadelphia, where he practiced for more than 12 years, to start his own spine practice, Spinal Disc Center, which has four locations in New Jersey.
  3. 8 places hiring orthopedic surgeons

    Here are eight hospitals and practices looking for orthopedic surgeons.
  4. 5 places hiring spine surgeons

    Here are five hospitals and practices looking for spine surgeons.
  1. Meet North American Spine Society's '20 Under 40' class of 2022

    The North American Spine Society on Oct. 11 released its "20 Under 40" list of spine care honorees younger than 40.
  2. Hourly pay in 7 states with under 200 orthopedic surgeons

    In Wyoming, the state with the fewest orthopedic surgeons, practicing orthopedists earned $144.41 an hour on average, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 
  3. Christus' $35M orthopedic center opens in Texas

    The Christus Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute in Longview, Texas opened Oct 13, the Longview News-Journal reported.
  4. Dr. Alan Daniels debuts Orthofix's new demineralized bone matrix

    Orthofix launched its Legacy demineralized bone matrix, and Alan Daniels, MD, performed the first case with it.
  5. Hospital for Special Surgery partners on needle guidance system

    New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery has partnered with medical device company Lumoptik to develop epidural and pain management solutions for orthopedic and neurology procedures. 
  6. 5 things to know about Iowa Ortho

    Des Moines-based Iowa Ortho is a comprehensive orthopedic care clinic with nine practice locations across the state. 
  7. Dr. Brian Fiani publishes 100th journal publication at 32

    Brian Fiani, DO, a neurosurgeon joining Livonia, Mich.-based Mendelson Kornblum group in 2023, has published his 100th peer-reviewed journal publication at the age of 32, according to an Oct. 13 email sent to Becker's. 
  8. Nevro's AI-based spinal cord stimulator approved for chronic pain

    Nevro's Senza HFX iQ spinal cord stimulation was approved by the FDA for treating chronic back pain, the devicemaker said Oct. 13.
  9. Spectrum Health breaks ground on Michigan orthopedic facility with ASC

    Healthcare project management services company Hammes Healthcare broke ground on a 117,000-square-foot Spectrum Health facility in Grand Rapids, Mich. 

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