Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. FDA OKs Theradaptive's spinal fusion trial

    Regenerative therapeutics company Theradaptive has gained FDA approval to enroll patients in its Oasis spine fusion study. 
  2. The pros, cons of private equity in spine, orthopedic surgery

    While private equity funding can support the growth of practices and enhance efficiency, some surgeons see potential drawbacks, including negative influence on research and conflict between partners.
  3. Do neurosurgeons feel fairly compensated?

    There are many factors that contribute to how much surgeons make each year, including cost of living and practice setting.

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  1. 5 sports medicine power players

    Here are five prominent surgeons in the field of sports medicine:
  2. Franciscan Health, OrthoIndy to open orthopedic clinic

    Mishawaka, Ind.-based Franciscan Health and Indianapolis-based OrthoIndy are partnering to open an orthopedic clinic and surgery center, according to a Jan. 31 report by Inside Indiana Business.
  3. 5 spine, orthopedic insights to know from January

    Spine and orthopedic experts this year spoke with Becker's Spine Review about topics from physician shortages to long-term practice strategies.
  4. 4 things to know about Aurora Spine's CEO

    Aurora Spine, a leader in minimally invasive spine technology, has been led by CEO Trent Northcutt since its inception in 2012. 

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  1. Ossium Health, Extremity Medical partner for OssiGraft distribution

    Bioengineering company Ossium Health has entered into an agreement with orthopedic device company Extremity Medical to distribute the OssiGraft viable bone matrix nationwide. 
  2. 6 spine surgeon moves in January

    Here are six spine surgeons who moved to new practices or added to their titles in January:
  3. 'Beyond medical considerations': Factors that make, or break, spine practice mergers

    Spine practices that want to grow often go about it by either merging with other groups or expanding their locations. But there are many elements that can set up success or failure.
  4. Why 8 ortho, spine practices have closed

    Becker's has reported on 12 practice closures in the spine and orthopedic industries since 2019.
  1. Atrium Health opens orthopedic, sports medicine clinic in North Carolina

    Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist has opened an orthopedics, sports medicine and podiatry clinic in Kernersville, N.C., inside of its existing fitness center, according to a Jan. 31 report from the Triad Business Journal. 
  2. 5 recent spine, orthopedic CEO moves

    Here are five spine and orthopedic CEO moves that Becker's has reported on since Jan. 5:
  3. 12 spine, orthopedic practice closures in the last 5 years

    Becker's has reported on several practice closures in the spine and orthopedic industries over the last few years. 
  4. 2 orthopedic leaders' approaches to payers in 2024

    Between Medicare cuts and changes in insurer policies, orthopedic leaders have to think strategically when it comes to payer negotiations.
  5. AAAHC releases orthopedic certification handbook

    The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care has released its 2024 "Certification Handbook for Advanced Orthopaedics," originally launched in 2018. 
  6. Centinel Spine sees 55% Prodisc revenue growth in 2023

    Medical device company Centinel Spine saw a revenue of $70 million in Prodisc total disc replacement sales in 2023, a 55% growth from the year prior. 
  7. 4 orthopedic surgeons rejoining former employers

    As orthopedic and spine specialists seek new job opportunities within the field, some return to former employers after tiring of private practice, relocating or coming out of retirement. 
  8. Stryker expands Prophecy surgical planning system

    Stryker has launched an expansion of its Prophecy surgical planning system, Prophecy Footprint, that aims to offer surgeons comprehensive planning for the entire foot. 
  9. Dr. Mark Kelley rejoins Michigan hospital

    Orthopedic surgeon Mark Kelley, MD, has rejoined Laurium, Mich.-based Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital & Clinics, according to a Jan. 31 report from the Iron County Reporter.

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