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Becker's Spine Review Releases List of 50 Spine Surgeons & Specialists Researching Biologics for Spine Treatments
Date:3/22/2013

CHICAGO, March 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Becker's Spine Review is pleased to present "50 Spine Surgeons & Specialists Researching Biologics for Spine Treatments," a list profiling spine surgeons and specialists nationwide. Physicians included on this list were chosen based on their clinical and research accomplishments in the field of biologics. Many of the spine surgeons included have made incorporated biologic treatments into their care repertoire and have participated in clinical trials for innovative care techniques.

Members were selected for inclusion on this list based on editorial research and publicly solicited recommendations. Physicians do not pay and cannot pay for inclusion on this list.

Becker's Spine Review is an online and print publication dedicated to providing the most updated information on business and legal issues in the spine field. To learn more about the publication, visit www.beckersspine.com.


Media Contact: Laura Miller , Becker's Healthcare, 800.417. 2035, lmiller@beckershealthcare.com

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