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Abnormal bone formation after trauma explained and reversed in mice

Findings implicate a specific type of immune cell behind heterotopic ossification and present a potential target for treatment. Hip replacements, severe burns, spinal cord injuries, blast injuries, traumatic brain injuries

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Precision OS to host first-ever cadaver-less training course for surgeons at the Global Spine Congress

Precision OS Technology, developers of the medical-grade virtual reality ™ learning platform that advances surgical readiness, announced recently its plan to host the first-ever cadaver-less training course at the Global

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Lanman Spinal Neurosurgery Opens Up 2-Level prodisc®Cervical SK and Vivo Clinical Trial in Los Angeles

Those suffering from advanced neck and arm pain may find themselves to be candidates for a new clinical trial that has opened up recently at the Los Angeles-based practice, Lanman

APRIL 2020 EVENTS

30 April – 1 May 2020, EUROSPINE Spring Specialty Meeting 2020; Frankfurt – POSTPONED

Meeting POSTPONED   Scientific programme chairs Jörg Franke (Magdeburg, Germany), Tim Pigott (Liverpool, UK) and Christoph Siepe (Munich, Germany), together with the local host Frank Kandziora (Frankfurt, Germany) cordially invite

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New Zealand study of cannabis use in people with spinal cord injuries

Using cannabis helps people with spinal cord injuries better tolerate almost constant and excruciating pain and participate in community and family life without feeling like ‘zombies’, a new study has

EVENTS JUNE 2020

12-13 June 2020, MIS Spine Surgery Cadaver Lab Course; Oswestry

Venue: Institute Lecture Theatre at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt, Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Oswestry, Shropshire. Target Audience: Newly appointed Spinal Consultants and Spinal Fellows. Objectives: This 1