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A new opportunity for spinal surgery: BlackArmor® Carbon/PEEK implants

PROMOTIONAL FEATURE Spinal implants from icotec enable a more efficient, focused and better therapy for tumours with the metal-free BlackArmor technology The spine represents the most common location for secondary

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EUROSPINE 2018 – An international academic community celebrates its 20th anniversary

EUROSPINE 2018 took place from 19 to 21 September at the CCIB in Barcelona and was a full success. Nearly 4,000 participants from 80 countries joined together for a memorable

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Surgeon Focus – Professor Alex Green

Spinal Surgery News talks to Alex Green, a Neurosurgeon and an Associate Professor at the University of Oxford. He specialises in Functional Neurosurgery – Deep Brain Stimulation and Spinal Cord

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NICE recommend iFuse for treating chronic sacroiliac joint pain

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) have recently recommended the adoption of the iFuse device for treating chronic sacroiliac joint pain The case for adopting the iFuse

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Cavendish Medical: Will you walk into a tax trap?

Dr Benjamin Holdsworth on why you should request your annual pensions statement now   Now is the time to actively request your pension statement from the NHS Pensions Agency if

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Schoen Clinic Group launches specialist hospital in London

Doors open at a new specialist spinal and orthopaedic hospital, with ambitious plans for future sites The largest family-run hospital group in Germany, Schoen Clinic, has opened its doors to

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New spine technology trends featured at NASS 2018

Thousands gathered this year at the North American Spine Society (NASS)’s 33rd Annual Meeting to discuss new scientific developments and best practices in spine care. Artur Kim, from iData Research,

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Redefining possibilities for children with paralysis

In April this year, Neurokinex – the first and only international Community Fitness and Wellness Affiliate of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation’s NeuroRecovery Network (NRN) – opened the Neurokinex

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Spinal surgery and the use of cadavers in training

Angela Spang, Head of Research at London Medical Education Academy (LMEDAC), discusses how to approach the many learning curves in modern surgery Up until the last decade, surgeons learnt each

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3D printed implants: The future of spine?

Daniel Spencer, spinal specialist at Charlton Morris, looks at the progress of 3D printed technology within the spinal industry There are 33 separate vertebrae in the spine. That’s 33 opportunities