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  1. Former Cleveland Browns orthopedic surgeon Dr. Malcolm Brahms dies at 103

    Malcolm Brahms, MD, orthopedic practice founder, founding member of the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society, and former Cleveland Browns team surgeon, died on March 19 at the age of 103, according to a March 20 report from Cleveland Jewish News.
  2. Cohen Orthopedics buys 47 acres for healthcare facility development

    Cohen Orthopedic, a Chillicothe, Ohio-based practice owned by Brian Cohen, MD, has purchased 47 acres of land to develop a new healthcare facility that will provide orthopedics, urgent care, primary care, cardiology, vascular surgery and general surgery, according to a March 20 report from Scioto Valley Guardian. 
  3. Aetna's total disc settlement may not happen

    Aetna's total disc replacement settlement could be on thin ice, according to court documents filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

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  1. Study supports Medacta's MySpine preoperative planning system

    Medacta's MySpine software was found to be effective and safe in pedicle screw placement, according to a study in Surgical Technology International.
  2. Dr. Keith Meister set to perform elbow surgery on Washington Nationals player

    Keith Meister, MD, is set to perform elbow surgery on Washington Nationals pitcher Cade Cavalli on March 22.
  3. 5 things to know about Novant Health's orthopedic, spine department

    Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health offers orthopedic and spine care at 39 of its locations throughout the state. Here are five things to know about Novant Health: 
  4. 100% of orthopedic positions filled in 2023 residency match

    All available positions for orthopedic surgery residences were filled in 2023, according to data from the National Resident Matching Program. 

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  1. Novant Health opens North Carolina spine clinic

    Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health has opened a new spine clinic in Mount Airy, N.C., according to a March 17 report from The Mount Airy News.
  2. IMAC Holdings to merge with Brain Scientific

    IMAC Holdings is merging with Brain Scientific.
  3. Surgalign launches upgrade to spine system

    Surgalign launched its next generation of the Holo Portal spine guidance system, the medtech company said March 20.
  4. Surgeries halted at Florida spine practice

    The surgery center at the Bonati Spine Institute in Hudson, Fla., was shut down after the state suspended its license, the Tampa Bay Times reported March 17.
  1. 50 hospitals and health systems receive 2022-2023 patient choice award for orthopedics

    Fifty hospitals and health systems, including Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare and Boston-based Brigham and Women's Hospital, have received WebMD and Medscape's 2022-2023 patient choice award for orthopedics, which takes into account a patient's top-choice health system when seeking care for orthopedics. 
  2. The most dangerous trends in orthopedics and spine from 25 leaders

    The executives featured in this article are all speaking at Becker's 20th Annual Spine, Orthopedic & Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference at the Swissotel Chicago.
  3. Ossifix Orthopedics to expand beyond Texas

    Ossifix Orthopedics, a subsidiary of Umbra Applied Technologies, is expanding beyond Texas, entering the Southern and Northeastern markets. 
  4. Dr. Gerry Trinidad to bring orthopedic care to Ohio practice

    Gerry Trinidad, MD, will bring orthopedic care to King's Daughters Family Care Center Ironton (Ohio) beginning April 6, according to a March 17 report from The Ironton Tribune.
  5. Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital names orthopedic leader

    G. Dean Harter, MD, was named medical director for orthopedic surgey at Gifford, Fla.-based Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital.
  6. What the shift to outpatient care means for the orthopedic industry

    Eight orthopedic surgeons connected with Becker's to discuss what the shift to outpatient care means for the orthopedic industry.
  7. Dr. Paul Canale retires after 19 years with Alabama practice

    Spine surgeon Paul Canale, MD, is retiring from Daphne, Ala.-based Baldwin Bone & Joint.
  8. 2 orthopedic lawsuits to know

    Becker's reported about two orthopedic lawsuits so far in March.
  9. Dr. Klane White appointed pediatric orthopedic chair at Children's Hospital Colorado

    Klane White, MD, has been appointed the chair of the department of pediatric orthopedics and the Rose Brown Endowed Chair of Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora, according to a March 16 press release sent to Becker's. 

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