Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. Dr. Michael Gallizzi hits 300 robotic spine surgeries

    Michael Gallizzi, MD, of The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colo., completed his 300th robotic spine surgery April 2.
  2. Why orthopedic surgeons are watching Ozempic

    Glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor agonists have become a hot topic in healthcare as questions remain on how it will affect the industry as a whole.
  3. Osso VR launches orthopedic training apps for Apple Vision Pro

    Osso VR launched Apple Vision Pro apps for carpal tunnel release and total knee replacement, the company said April 11.

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  1. How spine surgeons will look back at the industry in 2034

    Ten years ago, spine surgeons were expecting outpatient spine surgery and image-guided navigation to become more prevalent in a decade.
  2. Utah's first lady undergoes spinal surgery

    Abby Cox, Utah's first lady, underwent spinal surgery at the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City on April 10, according to an April 10 report from CBS affiliate KUTV. 
  3. 10 robots used in spine surgery

    The spine robotics market has grown rapidly in recent years with new platforms and updates taking center stage.
  4. Dr. Peter Millett to operate on New Jersey Devils player

    Peter Millett, MD, is set to perform shoulder surgery on Jack Hughes, a player for the New Jersey Devils, on April 10 in Vail, Colo.

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  1. Cincinnati Reds pitcher to undergo 3rd elbow surgery in 7 years

    Tim Kremchek, MD, is set to perform elbow surgery on Tejay Antone, a pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, on April 12.
  2. 6 medtech notes: DePuy Synthes, Accelus and more

    From product launches to a business acquisition, here are six updates from spine and orthopedic devicemakers since April 3.
  3. Middlesex Orthopedic & Spine Associates opens new clinic

    Middletown, Conn.-based Middlesex Orthopedic & Spine Associates has opened a new location in Newington, Conn., according to an April 10 report from the Hartford Business Journal. 
  4. Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies opens new location

    Fort Collins, Colo.-based Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies has opened a new facility in Greeley, Colo., one month ahead of schedule, according to an April 9 report from BizWest. 
  1. Holy Name Medical Center adds spine robot

    Teja Karukonda, MD, performed the first robotic spinal fusion at Teaneck, N.J.-based Holy Name Medical Center, NJ Biz reported April 10.
  2. OrthoLoneStar expands Mend perioperative services across network

    OrthoLoneStar is expanding Mend's perioperative nutrition and Upgraid precision care navigation after a 14-month pilot with the Carrell Clinic in Dallas.
  3. Colorado Spine Partners adds surgeon

    Colorado Spine Partners in Englewood added Chris Johnson, MD.
  4. DePuy Synthes to launch new spine screw system

    DePuy Synthes is launching its TriALTIS pedicle screw system, the devicemaker said April 9.
  5. 50 notes on spine device markets in 2024

    Many areas of the global spine device market are expected to grow in the coming years, researchers are anticipating.
  6. 8 orthopedic FDA nods in Q1: Zimmer Biomet, Nevro and more

    Becker's reported on eight spine and orthopedic devices earning approvals and clearances from the FDA in the first quarter of 2024.
  7. Dr. Neal ElAttrache to operate on Boston Red Sox shortstop

    Boston Red Sox shortstop Trevor Story will travel to Los Angeles to undergo a season-ending shoulder surgery performed by Neal ElAttrache, MD, according to an April 9 report from Newsweek.
  8. OSF Saint Anthony's reestablishes orthopedic program

    Alton, Ill.-based OSF Saint Anthony's Health Center has reestablished its orthopedics specialty services program through the addition of orthopedic surgeon Kevin Koth, DO, and Justin Northcutt, PA-C, according to an April 9 report from RiverBender.com. 
  9. Spine, orthopedic practice activity ramps up in the Midwest: 6 moves

    Here are six spine and orthopedic practice openings, closures, planned openings and relocations happening in the Midwest that Becker's has reported on since Feb. 21:

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