Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. Hospital for Special Surgery, Weill Cornell researchers discover spine-specific stem cell

    Researchers at New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery and Weill Cornell Medicine discovered a new stem cell that could affect spine care.
  2. 2 sports medicine partnerships to know

    Here are two recent sports medicine partnerships Becker's has reported on since Sept. 14: 
  3. Dr. Gordon Bennett joins Western Reserve Hospital

    Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio-based Western Reserve Hospital Physicians, Inc. Orthopedics has added Gordon Bennett, MD, to its team of providers. 

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  1. 12 sports stars who underwent orthopedic surgery in the last 2 months

    From baseball to football, injuries and professional sports go hand in hand. Here are 12 professional athletes who have undergone orthopedic surgery reported by Becker's since Aug. 2:
  2. Relievant Medsystems launches training platform for Intracept

    Relievant Medsystems released the Intracept Simulator System, a training program for the Intracept procedure, the company said Sept. 21.
  3. When the spine surgeon becomes the patient: 4 insights

    Spine surgeons spend the majority of their days taking care of patients. But what happens when they're the one who's injured?
  4. OrthoSouth inks 10-year partnership with Memphis Grizzlies

    Memphis, Tenn.-based OrthoSouth signed a 10-year partnership with the Memphis Grizzlies NBA team, according to a Sept. 20 news release. 

Maximizing ASC Performance in Orthopedics and Beyond through New Technologies and KPIs

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  1. Alphatec CEO sells $2.42M worth of stock on the heels of strong Q2

    Patrick Miles, CEO of Alphatec, sold 180,000 shares of the company for about $2.42 million, Seeking Alpha reported Sept. 20.
  2. 5 things to know about Johns Hopkins' spine chief

    Khaled Kebaish, MD, is division chief of orthopedic spine surgery at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore.
  3. 3 orthopedic projects in the works totaling $100M

    Becker's reported on three multimillion orthopedic projects totalling $100 million so far in the second half of the year.
  4. Father-daughter team to practice at Rebound Orthopedics

    Heather Roberts, MD, a joint replacement specialist, is joining the staff of Vancouver, Wash.-based Rebound Orthopedics and Neurosurgery, which includes her father, Donald Roberts, MD. 
  1. Dr. Joseph Zuckerman earns lifetime achievement award

    Orthopedic surgeon Joseph Zuckerman, MD, earned the Orthopaedic Summit: Evolving Techniques Lifetime Achievement Award, according to a Sept. 20 news release. 
  2. Dr. Neal ElAttrache operates on MLB player Shohei Ohtani

    Neal ElAttrache, MD, performed elbow surgery on Shohei Ohtani, a player for the Los Angeles Angels, on Sept. 19 at the Kerlan & Jobe Orthopedic Clinic in Los Angeles.
  3. Patient-specific spine implant earns another breakthrough device designation

    Carlsmed received its second FDA breakthrough device designation for Aprevo, the medtech company said Sept. 20.
  4. California ASC adds orthopedic wireless camera

    De La Vina Surgicenter in Santa Barbara, Calif. added Lazurite's ArthroFree wireless surgical camera, the medtech company said Sept. 20.
  5. Dr. Maybelle Maningat joins Alliance Orthopedics

    Maybelle Maningat, DPM, recently joined Freehold, N.J.-based Alliance Orthopedics.
  6. ChoiceSpine earns FDA clearance for cervical spacer system

    ChoiceSpine recently received FDA clearance to market its Blackhawk Ti 3D-printed cervical spacer system.
  7. How Dr. Alok Sharan leverages IV infusions in spine care

    Alok Sharan, MD, recently incorporated an IV vitamin infusion regimen at his practice, Spine and Performance Institute in Edison, N.J. 
  8. Neuralink begins recruitment for human trials

    Neuralink, Elon Musk's brain chip company, is recruiting for human trials, according to a Sept. 19 post on X, formerly known as Twitter.
  9. Oxford Performance Materials to spin off orthopedic business

    Medical device manufacturing company Oxford Performance Materials plans to form a focused entity for its 3D-printed orthopedic implants.

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