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Courtney Sheedy

15+ years of Global Marketing and Product Development experience dedicated to the spinal medical device market serving in leadership roles for companies like Zimmer Biomet, Alphatec, Corelink and joimax.

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A Solid Recovery: Q122 Spine Market Recap

By Courtney Sheedy on 8/11/22 9:37 AM

Q122’s year-over-year growth in the WW Spine market shows normalized, nominal growth for this quarter, which should continue to improve over the course of the remaining year.

The US Spine Hardware market saw double-digit growth versus Q121, showing solid recovery gains from the same period prior year, which seemed to be riddled with ongoing volatility. Segment over segment within the spine market, we’re back to seeing growth in the areas that had been predicable growth segments prior to COVID-19. Although healthcare as a whole continues to rebuild, and staffing remains a challenge, many regions didn’t experience as negative an impact on the Spine market for Q122 as was predicted by many.

Among the many topics covered in detail in our comprehensive Q122 Spine Market Recap* are:

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Alternative Posterior Fixation: An Interview with Rick Simmons at ISASS 2022

By Courtney Sheedy on 6/28/22 9:30 AM

Spinal Elements provides an in-depth look at the Company’s novel Karma Fixation System and what’s next for the technology at ISASS 2022

Spinal Elements Chief Marketing Officer Rick Simmons provides SmartTRAK an indepth look at the Company’s Karma Fixation System, a low-profile alternative to traditional pedicle screw technology, at the International Society of the Advancement for Spinal Surgery (ISASS) 2022 Annual Conference held June 1-4 in the Bahamas. Karma implants consist of a high-performance polymer, enabling an almost completely radiolucent approach to stabilizing the lumbar spine, as an adjunct to fusion and are designed to engage more predictably strong cortical bone. Click on the following video to find out more and see a demonstration of the current technology (7:00 min).

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