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  1. Hospitals with the highest US News rating for neurology, neurosurgery in each state

    U.S. News & World Report recently released the 2020 Best Hospitals for neurology and neurosurgery.
  2. Dr. Nicholas Post joins New York Spine Institute

    New York Spine Institute in Westbury welcomed neurosurgeon Nicholas Post, MD, to the practice.
  3. Stryker's neurotechnology + spine sales drop 29.6% in Q2: 6 company notes

    Second-quarter neurotechnology and spine sales at Stryker decreased 29.6 percent to $546 million year over year, according to a July 30 announcement.

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  1. 48 spine device companies making waves in 2020: Product launches, FDA clearances & more

    Since the beginning of the year, Becker's Spine Review has reported on 48 spine device companies that received FDA clearances, launched new products, expanded operations and agreed to acquisitions:
  2. 7D Surgical's flagship spine surgery system expands into Asia

    Medical device company 7D Surgical's Machine-vision Image Guided Surgery system for spine surgery received regulatory approval in Singapore on July 30.
  3. Florida orthopedic surgeon returns to practice after recovering from COVID-19

    Orthopedic surgeon Jeffrey Deren, MD, recently returned to work at Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic in Orlando (Fla.) after recovering from the novel coronavirus, NBC affiliate WESH 2 reports.
  4. Texas Back Institute spine fellow to join Tennessee practice

    Spine surgeon John Burleson, MD, will join Hughston Clinic in Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 1.

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  1. 6 surgeons on the most exciting trends in spine: Expandable cages, outcomes data & more

    Six spine surgeons discuss the trends that most excite them in the field.
  2. Drs. Alan Valadie, Douglas Lundy & more: 9 orthopedic surgeons making headlines

    Here are nine orthopedic surgeons making the news this week:
  3. 70 spine devices that received FDA 510(k) approval since the pandemic began

    Here are the spine devices that have received FDA 510(k) clearance since March.
  4. 30 orthopedic surgeon pay, bonus & demand insights

    Thirty things to know about compensation and demand for orthopedic surgeons in 2020:
  1. Zavation Medical Products introduces 2 expandable plates

    Spinal implant manufacturer Zavation Medical Products launched its Expandable Anterior Lumbar Plate and Expandable Lateral Lumbar Plate on July 28.
  2. Bioventus, Cerapedics & more: 8 orthobiologic companies making waves in 2020

    Since the beginning of the year, Becker's Spine Review has reported on eight orthobiologic and regenerative medicine companies that have launched new products, received FDA clearances and demonstrated favorable outcomes in clinical trials:
  3. Dr. Myron Rolle: NFL season should be postponed or canceled due to COVID-19

    Myron Rolle, MD, a neurosurgery resident at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and former NFL player, told CNN in a July 28 interview that it is unsafe for the league to begin due to COVID-19 concerns.
  4. A bone graft substitute that works in outpatients — with the data to prove it

    The number of surgical cases performed in the ASC has steadily risen over the past 10-plus years, and spine care is no exception to the trend, according to data from L.E.K. Consulting.
  5. 4 surgeons predict the future of spine: Motion preserving technologies, advanced imaging & more

    Four spine surgeons outline what technologies they see making the next big breakthrough in the field.
  6. Ohio health system 'tops off' $70M robotic center for spine, orthopedics

    Chillicothe, Ohio-based Adena Health Systems held a "topping off" ceremony July 28 to mark the halfway point of the construction of its Orthopedic and Robotic Surgery Center, Chillicothe Gazette reports.
  7. Aetna accuses Conformis of using patient's lawsuit to compel coverage & more: 4 device company key notes

    Here are four key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies:
  8. Philadelphia spine surgeons develop 4 prioritization tiers for pediatric surgery

    Spine surgeons at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia developed a framework for prioritizing pediatric spine surgeries during the pandemic.
  9. Smith+Nephew reports $5M operating loss in 2020 so far, Q2 revenue drops 30%: 5 things to know

    Smith+Nephew reported a nearly 30 percent drop in second quarter revenue amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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