Spinal Surgery News Update May 2022

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News update May 2022

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Pedicle screw systems market set to hit $3.4 billion in 2027



The global pedicle screw systems industry is set on a profitable growth trajectory over the recent years. This can be credited to the rising prevalence of spinal cord injuries and surgeries.

DISC surgery centre performed milestone 1000th artificial disc replacement


This milestone underscores DISC's role in establishing ADR surgery as a highly effective option with great patient outcomes that can be done safely in the outpatient setting.



Promotional feature: WOMBAT ST is a TLIF cage with an open-pore titanium grid structure that, with its defined pore design, imitates the architecture of natural bone.

The next generation of SIGNUS


In 1994, Uwe and Susanne Siedler jointly founded SIGNUS – based in Alzenau, Germany. Since 2015, daughter Mareike Siedler has also been fully committed to the mission of her parents' company.


31 May–3 June 2022, NSpine 2022; Portugal


The main conference covers the entire range of spinal conditions with over 200 lectures in up to five parallel sessions. The focus of NSpine meetings is on clinical problem solving and decision making.


17-18 June 2022, MaxMoreSpine workshop; Germany



MaxMoreSpine hands-on cadaver workshops are designed to focus on few participants to permit maximum opportunity for a personal experience from which the educational goals are achieved.

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Kate Dance

Editor, Spinal Surgery News



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