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SpineMark Appoints Dr. Rudolf Bertagnoli Chairman of International Medical Advisory Board
Date:8/6/2008

ve of the International Society for Minimal Intervention in Spinal Surgery (ISMISS).

"SpineMark's concept of integrating clinical research into a global network of centers of excellence resembles the vision I have for my facilities in Germany," said Bertagnoli. "We share a dedication to ensuring that patients can receive quality care. I look forward to contributing to the creation of a global spinal research network through SpineMark's international partnerships."

Bertagnoli graduated in 1984 from the University of Vienna, Austria, and worked at emergency hospitals in Vienna and Linz before moving to the German Center of Spine Surgery in Bad Wildungen, Germany, in 1986. From 1989 to 1994, Bertagnoli held a position as senior physician and head of the spine department at the Orthopedic University Hospital, Georg-August-University Goettingen, Germany. He went on to lead spine units in several German cities before founding ProSpine in 2005.

About SpineMark

SpineMark Corporation is an innovative service organization dedicated to transforming the delivery of spine care. The company partners with hospitals and physicians across the United States and abroad to develop and operate comprehensive, evidence-based spine centers of excellence. By building a global network of spine centers, spine research organizations and state-of-the-art medical conference facilities, SpineMark is improving the overall quality of life of patients afflicted with spine disorders and injuries.

Driven by the specialized experience and expertise of its leadership team and medical advisory board, SpineMark's goal is to create a global network, based on clinically validated best practices for spine care that streamline diagnosis and treatment, simplify referrals and accelerate the recovery process.


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