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  1. 5 key sports medicine updates to know

    Two high-profile surgeries performed by Neal ElAttrache, MD, and four more sports medicine updates from the past month:
  2. 4 hospitals exploring new spine surgery techniques

    From hosting clinical trials to bringing on new technology, several hospitals have embraced new spine surgery techniques in the last two months:
  3. Another lawsuit filed against Aziyo Biologics; How J&J, Stryker performed in Q2 & more: 5 device company updates

    NuVasive's newest spine implant and four more updates from device companies in the last week:

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  1. 2,000 robotic knee, hip replacements completed at Pennsylvania orthopedic institute

    The Allegheny Health Network Orthopaedic Institute has completed more than 2,000 robotic-assisted hip and knee replacements with the Mako system at its Saint Vincent Hospital in Erie, Pa., Erie News Now reported July 27.
  2. Dr. Vishal Khatri plans multidisciplinary spine center in New Jersey

    Spine surgeon Vishal Khatri, MD, has joined Englewood (N.J.) Health Physician Network and Englewood Hospital, where he plans to create a multidisciplinary spine center.
  3. Orthofix launches new allograft line for spine surgery

    Implant manufacturer Orthofix has launched FiberFUSE Strip, a demineralized bone graft intended to promote bone growth after spine surgery, in the U.S.
  4. Stryker's orthopedic sales jump 82.3% in Q2; growth reported in all segments: 5 notes

    Stryker posted $1.6 billion in net sales for its orthopedics business in the second quarter, and the company saw growth across all orthopedic procedure types.
  1. 3 healthcare trends Dr. Michael Bolognesi is following most carefully

    Michael Bolognesi, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Duke Health in Durham, N.C., is paying close attention to healthcare trends that will impact patient care and value-based care.
  2. Peachtree Orthopedics opens 8th practice

    Peachtree Orthopedics recently opened its eighth location in Cumming, Ga.
  3. 4 key questions on spine surgical technology

    Four spine leaders answer four key questions on surgical technology and share predictions on the future of the specialty.
  4. 'We tend to be leaders': Dr. Joseph Bosco's advice for aspiring physicians

    Orthopedic surgeons should hone in on their leadership abilities, according to Joseph Bosco III, MD, vice chair of the orthopedics department at NYU Langone in New York City.
  1. USA Football announces medical advisory panel

    A nine-person medical advisory panel formed by USA Football will focus on advancing safety in youth football.
  2. HSS physicians react to hospital being named No.1 for orthopedics for 12th year in a row

    New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery has been named the No.1 hospital for orthopedics for the 12th consecutive year by U.S. News & World Report.
  3. 5 orthopedic partnerships in the past month

    From a new musculoskeletal platform in Nevada to an orthopedic practice expanding across state lines, here are five orthopedic partnerships Becker's has reported on in the past month:
  4. Best hospitals for neurosurgery, neurology in 2021: US News & World Report

    University of California San Francisco Medical Center led U.S. News & World Report's 2021-22 rankings for best hospitals for neurosurgery and neurology.
  5. 20 best hospitals for orthopedics: US News

    U.S. News & World Report on July 27 posted its 2021-22 best hospitals for orthopedics rankings, with Hospital for Special Surgery earning the top spot for the 12th consecutive year.
  6. Dr. Paul Detwiler honored by Texas Healthcare Trustees

    Paul Detwiler, MD, received the Advocate of the Year Award from the Texas Healthcare Trustees. 
  7. 5 spine centers to know

    Here are five spine practices to know:
  8. Wife of patient who died after receiving TB-infected allograft sues

    The wife of an Indiana man who died of tuberculosis after receiving Aziyo Biologics' recalled allograft is suing the company.
  9. Orthopedic institute earns total joint certification 5 months after opening

    The Joint Commission has awarded its "gold seal of approval" for advanced certification of total hip and knee replacement to the Connecticut Orthopaedic Institute at St. Vincent's Medical Center in Bridgeport, Conn.

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