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Annual Spine Technology Awards confirm Sectra as a frontrunner in orthopaedics

International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra, together with its clinical collaboration partners, has been acknowledged for its implant movement analysis service, Sectra IMA. Sectra was recognised by RRY Publications


SIGNUS and eCential Robotics annonce long-term partnership offering an optimised solution combining navigation, robotics and implant systems for spine surgeries

eCential Robotics, a French growth company that designs, manufactures, and markets the first unified 2D/3D robotic imaging and surgical navigation system for bone surgery indications, and SIGNUS, an international and


Service delivery challenges in spine surgery during the COVID-19 pandemic

We are in the midst of the global pandemic. Consultant spine surgeon Manghattil Rajesh, of Royal London Hospital Barts Health NHS Trust, discusses how the working practices, day-to-day decision-making and


Success of first JASPIS ST® surgery in Australia

Neurosurgeon Dr Andrew Miles, Neurospine Institute, Western Australia successfully completed the first JASPIS® ST surgery in Australia. Dr Miles’ first JASPIS ST case was a patient with degenerative disc disease


Surgeon in focus – Patrick Hill

Patrick Hill is a spine surgeon at DOCS Spine + Orthopaedics in Los Angeles. He is a fellowship trained orthopaedic spine surgeon, specialising in the application of minimally invasive surgery


9-11 December 2020, DWG Spine Congress; Virtual experience

See you – online at the 15th German Spine Congress! A message from the management team: Dear DWG members, dear colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, “Corona” is currently turning our previous


University Orthopedics appoints Alan Daniels

University Orthopedics has appointed Dr Alan Daniels as chief of its spine surgery division. Daniels has been a member of the University Orthopedics family for years—completing both his residency training


Foraminotomy mainstreaming in neurosurgery – Onset of minimally invasive surgery paving the way

Alice Ajit Mutum, of Future Market Insights, looks at how advanced technologies in the operating room are rapidly changing the practice and science of spine surgery At the centre of


The future of spine surgery – perspectives and trends to look out for in 2020

The spine industry is a large, growing and vibrant market, demonstrated in significant technological advances for spine surgery and events like EUROSPINE 2019. Jordy Winters, EMEA Spine Lead, DePuy Synthes,


Spine surgery is ‘safe’ in patients of advanced age

The world’s population is steadily growing older. This can be seen most readily in Japan, where elderly people (ages 65 years and older) currently make up a quarter of the