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New spinal surgery technique set to transform Somerset patients’ experience

Somerset NHS Foundation Trust have introduced a new surgical technique at Musgrove Park Hospital that means patients who undergo spinal surgery are more likely to recover quicker. They are the


INTROX Cement Augmentation with DIPLOMAT® from Signus

Promotional feature As a result of reduced bone quality, the use of screw augmentations has long been proven to be effective, and the number of possible applications is steadily increasing. 


Surgeon in Focus with Suken Shah

Suken Shah, MD, is Vice Chair of the department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Division Chief of the Spine and Scoliosis Center, and Clinical Fellowship Director at Nemours Children’s Health, Delaware.  He


DIPLOMAT with INTROX High V from Signus

Reduced bone quality is a particular challenge in spinal surgery. Promotional feature Decreased primary stability due to secondary screw loosening or secondary migration of the screws out of the vertebral


Advancements in micro spine surgery techniques: Enhancing precision and minimising tissue trauma

Neurosurgeon Mohamed M Abdulhamid explores the latest advancements in micro spine surgery techniques and their potential benefits for patients and surgeons  As spine surgeons and consultants, you know that changes in


POSEIDON ST from Signus

The variability of POSEIDON® ST enables the surgeon to freely choose the approach to treat defects caused by tumours, fractures or infections in the TH1 to L5 spinal segment. Promotional feature The

APRIL 2023

18-20 April 2023, BritSpine UK; Glasgow

BritSpine is the leading multi-disciplinary scientific conference and exhibition, held across 3 days which will bring together experts in spinal conditions, research and treatment from across the world to expand


Globus Medical Partners with the UK’s NHS to provide hospitals with surgical robotic navigation technology

The NHS and Globus Medical have partnered to provide state-of-the-art robotic navigation technology for spinal surgery to NHS hospitals across the United Kingdom. This partnership will allow NHS Trust hospitals


Spinal Stabilization Technologies start clinical trial studying patients with lumbar degenerative disc disease

Spinal Stabilization Technologies (SST) has announced the start of the LOPAIN2 clinical trial of the PerQdisc™ Nucleus Replacement Device (NRD). SST’s PerQdisc Nucleus Replacement Device will be studied in patients


Scoliosis Research Society announces first female president in the society’s history

The Scoliosis Research Society spans a nearly 60-year history of research, advocacy, education, and innovation in the field of spinal research and surgery. But this year marked yet another milestone