Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. Aligned Orthopedic Partners taps new CEO

    Management services organization Aligned Orthopedic Partners, which serves practices in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., has appointed Jeff Andrews as its new CEO.
  2. Sarasota Memorial 1st hospital in region to offer Aprevo implant

    Sarasota (Fla.) Memorial Hospital has become the first hospital in the region to add the Aprevo spine implant for replacing damaged or diseased vertebral discs in the lumbar area of the spine.
  3. Hyalex Orthopaedics appoints Dr. Thomas Vail as chief medical officer

    Hyalex Orthopaedics named Thomas Vail, MD, as chief medical officer, the company said April 15.

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  1. New York hospital performs its 1st spinal surgery in 125 years

    Surgeons at Dunkirk, N.Y.-based Brooks Hospital have performed the first spine surgery in the facility's 125-year history, according to an April 13 report from Observer Today. 
  2. Why future spine surgeons will shake their head about care today

    The prevalence of spinal fusions is something in spine surgery that physicians will likely be disappointed about years from now. 
  3. 1 year later with Rothman's interim CEO: 8 accomplishments

    Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedics has marked several achievements under the leadership of Edward Tufaro as interim CEO.
  4. Agape Health reopens Roanoke Orthopedics after temporary closure

    Washington, N.C.-based Agape Health Services recently reopened Roanoke River Orthopedics after acquiring it from Martin General Hospital, The Enterprise reported April 12.  

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  1. RSB Spine sues Innovasis over patent

    RSB Spine is suing Salt Lake City-based devicemaker Innovasis over a patent for the InterPlate device.
  2. An OR without navigation will be 'foreign' in the future, says 1 surgeon

    Technology and AI are positioned to have a big impact on orthopedic and spine surgery in the future, led by robotics and navigation, according to one surgeon. 
  3. How orthopedic pay changed over 5 years: Medscape

    Over the last five years, orthopedic physician compensation has ebbed and flowed, according to reports from Medscape.
  4. Dr. Oliver Tannous 1st to use 3D-printed cervical spine guide

    Oliver Tannous, MD, of MedStar Washington Hospital Center, became the first to use a 3D-printed replica of a patient's spine to assist in surgery, WTOP reported April 11. 
  1. Northwell adds 4-physician neurosurgery practice

    NeuroCare Long Island in West Islip, N.Y., joined New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health, Long Island Business News reported April 11.
  2. How 1 orthopedic surgeon champions women in the field

    The number of female physicians in orthopedics is low with 11% representation. But Shriners Children's Northern California in Sacramento has taken on efforts internally and in the community to elevate and inspire women in the specialty and medicine as a whole.
  3. The state of orthopedic surgeon autonomy

    Autonomy is an important part of what it means to be a surgeon. 
  4. Orthopedic surgeons remain highest-paid physician specialty in 2024 despite 3% decline

    Orthopedic surgeons remain the highest-paid physician specialists in 2024, with an average annual salary of $558,000, according to Medscape's 2024 "Physician Compensation Report," published April 12. 
  5. 5 sports stars undergoing surgery

    Here are five athletes that have undergone or plan to undergo surgery that Becker's has reported on since April 5:  
  6. 7 spine, orthopedic groups expanding in the Northeast

    Here are seven spine and orthopedic practices adding locations through openings, partnerships and affiliations that Becker's has reported on since Feb. 26:
  7. University Orthopedics creates endowment in memory of spine surgeon

    East Providence, R.I.-based University Orthopedics formed an endowment in memory of spine surgeon Mark Palumbo, MD.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.

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