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NASS announces 2016 Recognition Award winners

November 14, 2016

The North American Spine Society recently announced the winners of its 2016 Recognition Awards, according to a press release.

Keith H. Bridwell, MD, won the Leon Wiltse Award for excellence in leadership and/or clinical research in spine care. According to the release, both Samuel K. Cho, MD, and Lukas P. Zebala, MD, nominated Bridwell for the award. It was noted Bridwell, a prolific researcher, has advanced spinal deformity surgery for the past 30 years.

SpinalCyte announces results from study on spinal disc height improvement

June 2, 2016
SpinalCyte LLC announced preliminary results for its phase II animal study on spinal disc height improvement. According to a company press release, Howard An

Pulsed electromagnetic field may reduce cellular inflammation

March 10, 2016
Orthofix International N.V. recently announced results of a cellular study designed to determine how pulsed electromagnetic field therapy affects gene expression of…
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Cervical total disc replacement may lead to fewer adjacent-level procedures than ACDF

February 18, 2016
Researchers found in this prospective, multicenter, randomized, unblinded clinical trial that patients who underwent cervical total disc replacement for treatment of…
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