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Trias Global and Chicago Pacific Founders create strategic growth partnership to expand DISC Sports & Spine Center model

Trias Global, a musculoskeletal management company, and Chicago Pacific Founders (“CPF”), an investment advisor that manages private strategic healthcare investment funds, have entered into a partnership that will expand on


China’s minimally invasive spinal devices market to witness 7% growth through 2030

The minimally invasive spinal (MIS) devices market in China is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of about 7% between 2021 and 2030, driven by an increase


21-22 September 2022, 7th World Congress on Spine and Spinal Disorders; London

Message from the committee: On behalf of the local committee, we are delighted to welcome you all to the 7th World Congress on Spine and Spinal Disorders taking place at


ROTAIO® – Implantable like a cage, moves like a disc

Promotional feature To reproduce the natural movement of a healthy intervertebral disc – that is the goal of ROTAIO®. This means not merely the preservation but above all the quality


New figures show the ‘tremendous pressure’ the NHS is under – with a record 6 million people on the waiting list

The Royal College of Surgeons of England has urged the government to publish its ‘Elective Recovery Plan’ – as the number of patients waiting for consultant-led hospital treatment on the


Philips expands Augmented Reality Surgical Navigation to two new international sites with successful clinical outcomes

Royal Philips recently announced that the first patients have been successfully treated using its innovative 3D Augmented Reality (AR) spine navigation solution at Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona Children’s Hospital,


New bone cutting technology from Finnish startup Surgify that prevents severe complications gets first surgical use

Surgify’s innovative surgical cutting technology has been taken into use at Helsinki University Hospital in October 2021. The technology speeds up the surgeon’s work, increases the safety and accuracy of


Review: Thousands of surgical clinicians unite at Future Surgery 2021 to help revolutionise patient care

The first ever Future Surgery event to take place in-person has been a huge success with thousands of clinicians uniting at ExCeL London. Over the two days, exhibitors shared insights and training,


Medical training takes a mental toll, but less than a decade ago

A 13-year effort to track the mental health of new doctors in their most stressful time of training shows signs that things have got better. But those first-year residents, also


Precise blood pressure control may aid patient recovery from spinal injury

High or low blood pressure in patients during surgery to repair a spinal cord injury may contribute to poorer outcomes, suggests a study published recently in eLife. The findings suggest that