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How motion capture is revolutionising spinal care

Kim Duffy, life sciences product manager at Vicon, looks at motion capture technology, which allows physicians to see how precisely patients enter their gait cycle, and gives an analysis of

EVENTS JULY 2021

14-16 July 2021, NSpine Conference; Portugal

NSpine is proud to be coming to Porto for the first international event outside the UK. Porto is steeped in history and in typical Nspine tradition, the meeting and venue

EVENTS JANUARY 2021

18-22 January 2021, NSpine Platinum Masterclass; Switzerland

Now in its 5th year, the NSpine Platinum Masterclass has become established as one of the premier international case discussion forums, renown not only for the complexity of cases discussed,

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ST-Line – Next in fusion

Promotional feature With its new ST-Line, SIGNUS has applied the progress from endoprosthetic research to spinal surgery Regardless of the application, the excellent mechanical and biological properties of titanium and

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Re-engineered enzyme could help reverse damage from spinal cord injury and stroke

A team of researchers from University of Toronto Engineering and the University of Michigan has redesigned and enhanced a natural enzyme that shows promise in promoting the regrowth of nerve

EVENTS OCTOBER 2020

6-9 October 2020, NASS 2020 Annual Meeting; Virtual experience

Discover what’s new in spine This year’s NASS 2020 Annual Meeting will deliver outstanding scientific research, and live and pre-recorded sessions to surgical, medical and multidisciplinary spine care professionals. Participants

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Spina bifida surgery before birth restores brain structure

Surgery performed on a fetus in the womb to repair defects from spina bifida triggers the body’s ability to restore normal brain structure, Mayo Clinic research discovered. Research by Rodrigo

EVENTS OCTOBER 2020

6-9 October 2020, EUROSPINE Virtual Meeting; Online worldwide

From the organising committee:   Dear colleagues and friends, In response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, and to protect the health and safety of all our stakeholders, our October live

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Fatigue life analysis of notched versus pristine spinal rods

The Orthopaedic Innovation Centre Canada investigates the effect of spine rod gripping on fatigue strength through cyclic biomechanical testing. Thoracic and lumbar back pain is a highly prevalent issue that

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Current developments in spinal surgery and a look to the future

Professor Arun Ranganathan, one of the leading spinal surgeons in the UK, has operated on many high-profile patients, from royal family members to fellow spine and orthopaedic surgeons and is