HOUSTON, Oct. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Renew Spinal Care, Inc. announces a strategic alliance agreement with SpineMark Corporation, adding a key component to its rapidly expanding structure. The agreement with SpineMark will allow the two dynamic companies to complement one another through mutually aligned strategies that will enhance patient diagnosing, integrate operational minimally invasive spine surgery protocol and merge state-of-the-art medical technology.
Renew consists of a national network of board-certified spine surgeons who specialize in minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS). Physicians utilize innovative techniques to repair multiple levels of the spine, bilaterally, in the lumbar, cervical and even the thoracic region in one anesthetic experience. Through MISS procedures, spinal nerve impingements are released through the least invasive approaches available. In most cases, patients do not require an overnight hospital stay; rather, they leave the surgical facility on the same day with just a bandage and no stitches.
SpineMark Destination Centers are a unique, comprehensive delivery system, starting with accurate diagnosis of the origin of the pain. SpineMark advocates for holistic modalities and minimally invasive procedures and surgeries to restore patients' abilities to live a productive life. SpineMark leads with a "first-do-no-harm" minimally invasive spine approach, with more complex surgeries, such as fusions, always considered a last resort.
SpineMark's mission is to create a universal standard based on early intervention for the treatment of patients suffering from spinal pain with the help of physicians, industry payors and governmental agencies. SpineMark's protocol and Renew's network of board-certified surgeons are combining to offer Spine Centers of Excellence in an unparalleled partnership in the history of the development of MISS.
In addition to focusing on spine, the agreement integrates minimally invasive foot and ankle surgery. Both companies are in the forefront of assisting leading nationally recognized surgeons specializing in ambulatory foot and ankle surgery avoiding plates, pins and screws.
Pairing of Leading Minds on Spine Care
Sam Bailey, CEO of Renew, and Marcy Rogers, President of SpineMark, bring more than 45 years combined business experience and leadership in the development of spinal modalities. The agreement between Renew and SpineMark unites their formidable experience and relationships, forming an alliance that offers a platform for physicians to maximize their practice and healthcare consumers to benefit from the latest developments in spine surgery.
Bailey said, "I am honored and humbled to work together with Marcy and the SpineMark team. Her tireless pursuit of excellence in uniting the greatest minds in MISS is inspirational to all who know her and have had the privilege of working alongside her."
Concerning the agreement, Rogers said, "The time is right for the mutual synergies of Renew and SpineMark to unite. Both companies are privileged to work with the greatest physician leaders in the industry. Sam and I have known each other since the early days of MISS. We believe this agreement will help change the course of medical history."
Neurosurgeon Dr. Adam Lewis, National Medical Director for SpineMark, welcomes the opportunity to work closely with Renew. "In just five years, Renew has established its reputation as a true leader in the MISS space. As a long-time advocate of MISS, I am excited for SpineMark to help Sam and his team bring their innovative techniques to even more communities."
Dr. Michael Keogh, National Director of Marketing for SpineMark, says the agreement between Renew and SpineMark will improve the quality of life for people nationwide. "The biggest beneficiaries of this agreement are patients," he says. "They will gain access to the most advanced care that delivers exceptional outcomes at low costs ? the type of services our healthcare system desperately needs more of."
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