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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


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


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


Surgeon Focus – Todd Lanman

We speak to Todd Lanman, a spinal neurosurgeon and specialist in the advancement of spinal health and innovator in motion preservation surgery for more than 25 years. Todd is based


Showcase of exoskeleton technology

A state-of-the-art rehabilitation facility in Sheffield hosted an exclusive industry event in June that showcased the very latest in exoskeleton technology, by the very people that the technology is designed


ATHLET – The real winner

Anterior cervical corpectomy and fusion (ACCF) has become standard procedure for patients with spondylotic myelopathy due to multisegmental stenosis of the cervical canal. In addition to the fusion technique using


First patients enrolled in clinical trial evaluating an artificial cervical disc

Connecticut Orthopaedic Specialists recently announced the enrollment of the initial patients within Simplify Medical’s ongoing clinical trial to evaluate the Simplify Disc at two adjacent cervical levels. James Yue, pictured,


Harley Street Spine launches new website

Recognising the influence of the internet when patients are seeking medical guidance, Harley Street Spine has launched a new website featuring updates on its services and expertise. Mr Bob Chatterjee,