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Charleston Oral and Facial Surgery Recognized as ‘Best of’ in Summerville and Mount Pleasant

CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Charleston Oral and Facial Surgery (COAFS) was voted a 2019 Reader's Choice recipient by the readers of "Journal Scene." Named Best Oral Surgeons in the annual Best of Summerville competition, COAFS will be featured in the 2019 Reader's Choice special edition. Winners in all categories were announced at a party held at The Village of Summerville on February 25, 2020.

In addition to accolades from Summerville, COAFS was recently named 2020 Best Oral Surgery Practice by Mount Pleasant Magazine. Nearly 50,000 votes were cast by magazine readers.

Led by a team of highly trained, board-certified oral surgeons - Dr. Edward R. Strauss, DMD, MD; Dr. Aaron P. Sarathy, DMD; Dr. A Drane Oliphant, DMD, MD; Dr. Graham Lee, DMD; and Dr. Scott H. Godwin, DMD - Charleston Oral and Facial Surgery has six convenient locations in the Lowcountry area, including Charleston, North Charleston, Summerville, Mount Pleasant, Bluffton and Knightsville.

Some of the practice's specialties include: total smile transformation, full-arch dental implants, implant-supported dentures, wisdom teeth extraction, same-day dental implants and corrective jaw surgery, to name just a few. Using advanced surgical techniques and state-of-the-art, cutting-edge technology, COAFS maintains a patient-centric philosophy to ensure that every client, regardless of the treatment, receives the ultimate patient experience.

"At COAFS, our surgeons are constantly striving to provide the highest quality care to our patients," said Dr. Aaron P. Sarathy, DMD. "We strive to give back to the community and to know our patients are recognizing this is a true honor for our doctors and team."

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About Charleston Oral and Facial Surgery

COAFS has six locations in the Lowcountry, S.C. area, where its highly trained, board-certified surgeons provide patients with state-of-the-art treatment. With a commitment to cutting-edge technology and ongoing education, Charleston Oral and Facial Surgery offers the most advanced surgical techniques coupled with compassionate to produce the ultimate patient experience - every single time.

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Fifteen Neurotechnology Startups to Present at the 2019 Neurotech Leaders Forum in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Neurotech Reports, the publisher of the Neurotech Business Report newsletter, announced that 15 promising neurotechnology startups and early-stage firms will present at the 2019 Neurotech Leaders Forum in San Francisco, November 4-5. The 19th annual event-the most established in the industry-will also feature presentations and panel discussions on important issues confronting the neurotechnology industry.

Josh Makower, general partner at VC firm New Enterprise Associates, will keynote on the first day of the conference. Makower is cofounder of the Stanford Byers Biodesign Center and also founder and executive chairman of ExploraMed, a medical device incubator that has created eight companies over the past 20 years.

Robert Knight, professor of psychology and neuroscience and director emeritus of the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC Berkeley, will deliver the keynote on the second day of the event. Knight is the recipient of the Jacob Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award from the National Institutes of Health for distinguished contributions to neurological research. He is also the chief science advisor of Neurofocus Inc., the consumer neurotech spinoff company acquired by market research firm Nielsen.

The agenda for this year's event includes panel discussions on a number of topics, including sessions devoted to clinical trials, securing funding, the new competitive landscape in neuromodulation, closed-loop stimulation, and neurorehabilitation. New this year is an editorial roundtable featuring Neurotech Reports editors James Cavuoto, Jennifer French, Jeremy Koff, and Margot Puerta, who will each offer their perspectives on issues confronting the industry.

Among the companies presenting this year are Saluda Medical, Nia Therapeutics, Neuroelectrics, Humm, Evoke Neuroscience, Neural Dynamics Technologies, Spark Biomedical, Thermaquil, Humm, Neuraura, CareWear, Rune Labs, Neural Signals, and BIOS.

The Platinum Sponsor at this year's event is Cirtec Medical. Micro Systems Technology is the Gold Sponsor. Maynard Cooper and Integer are Silver Sponsors, and RBrooks Group, Senso Medical, and the Cleveland FES Center are Bronze Sponsors.

"We're excited about the lineup of speakers at this year's event," said James Cavuoto, editor and publisher at Neurotech Reports. "As in the past, attendees will have many opportunities to interact with potential partners and colleagues."

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Surgery Center of Oklahoma Offers Procedure Financing Through MedPlan Credit

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- Surgery Center of Oklahoma now offers surgical procedure financing through their financing partner, MedPlan Credit of Tulsa.

Patients now have the opportunity to apply for financing, using MedPlan's technology platform, through a link on SCOK's website or through a form on Medplan's website. Applicants are assessed and receive an immediate credit decision, followed by automated verification steps for final approval and setup.

"At Surgery Center of Oklahoma, we believe that a different approach to health care delivery is necessary, one involving transparent and direct pricing," said Dr. Keith Smith, SCOK's CEO. "Transparent, direct, package pricing means the patient knows exactly what the cost of the service will be upfront. Patients who choose Surgery Center of Oklahoma and need to finance their procedure are directed to MedPlan's online financing application. MedPlan Credit is the best we have seen at providing an easy application process and a high percentage of approved applications."

MedPlan Credit is an online lending platform dedicated to creating an easy lending process for health care consumers. Through its robust and efficient digital platform, MedPlan makes the whole lending process fast and convenient.

About Surgery Center of Oklahoma:

The Surgery Center of Oklahoma is 32,535-square-foot, state-of-the-art multispecialty facility in Oklahoma City, owned and operated by approximately 40 of the top surgeons and anesthesiologists in central Oklahoma with 112 doctors on their surgical staff. SCOK's pricing for surgical procedures are a fraction of the prices charged at nonprofit hospitals. Since SCOK controls every aspect of the facility, they are able to eliminate wasteful operating room practices while providing the very best quality care to their patients. More information is available at

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MedPlan Credit partners with health care providers to offer financing for high deductibles and other out-of-pocket costs. MedPlan loans allow patients to receive health care when they need it instead of waiting until they can afford it. MedPlan offers a quick and easy application/approval process with competitive, affordable interest rates. More information is available at

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New Advancement Allows for Septoplasty Procedure with Minimal Downtime

ATLANTA, Ga. -- Dr. Aaron Rogers and Advanced Ear Nose & Throat Associates, a leading Atlanta-based Otolaryngology medical practice, announces further advancement in office-based nasal surgery. New techniques allow for a full spectrum of corrective nasal surgery to now be done in the office with just minimal recovery.

The medical industry is constantly evolving with new techniques and technologies that improve the recovery process and results for patients. One of the newest advancements to hit the market is the development of an incisionless septoplasty that is minimally invasive and has a much faster recovery period than traditional septoplasty procedures. Dr. Aaron Rogers, based in the Metro Atlanta Area, has perfected this technique in order to help patients with nasal allergies, sinus infections and other nasal problems.

No-Scalpel septoplasty is a new procedure that is performed under local anesthesia utilizing the the Acclarent Relieva TRACT(R) device. The procedure utilizes pressurized inflatable dilators to remodel the nasal septal spurs and deflection that lead to nasal blockage. It takes just a few minutes, as opposed to traditional septoplasty procedures that require general anesthesia and are performed over the course of a few hours in an operating room.

The no-scalpel technique can be performed alongside other nasal procedures including balloon sinuplasty, turbinate reduction or nasal valve collapse repair. This procedure is recommended for adults who have nasal congestion or suffer from allergies, as well as patients who have had prior septoplasty but a residual spur.

One of the most attractive benefits of this treatment is the fast recovery period that lasts just a couple of days with mild discomfort and minimal bleeding. Patients can go to work the following day and costs are lower than traditional surgeries because anesthesiology and facility costs are avoided.

Dr. Rogers of Advanced Ear, Nose and Throat Associates is one of the first doctors in the Atlanta area to offer this new advanced technique. He has seen firsthand the increased benefits it provides to patients.

According to Dr. Rogers, "Treating deviated septum in the office is finally a practical reality, opening to doors to comfortable and comprehensive in-office nasal surgery."

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Switzerland-based Brain Assessment Research Center (BrainARC-Chur) launches US division (BrainARC-America) headed by leading Neuroscience experts

BOSTON, Mass. -- Brain ARC Chur Switzerland partners with Sadar Psychological Services (Philadelphia) and Boston NeuroDynamics (Boston) to launch Brain ARC America, in order to bring more cutting edge evaluations to improve treatment for common brain disorders such as ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, age-related memory loss, autism, chronic pain/migraines, epilepsy, sleep disorders and a myriad of other issues such as including how to improve your brain to increase its efficiency in everyday life.

HBImed AG has been an industry leader in clinical brain research for over a decade and provides medical-psychological services in particular by supporting brain research diagnostics with therapeutic advice in the context of various brain dysfunctions. They have set forth industry challenging standards by actually measuring the brain's activity and comparing it to a sophisticated, FDA approved database which is the most thorough and comprehensive aggregate databank of its kind.

Both Boston Neurodynamics and Sadar Psychological Services have been using this neuroscience research to successfully determine the best treatments since HBImed AG was founded. Because of their collective expertise in implementing the BrainARC system in their respective practices, Drs. Sadar, Martinez and Morales have been exclusively selected to herald in the expansion and create BrainARC-America.

BrainARC-America will capitalize on the vast amount of continuing research, their breadth and depth of experiences within the mental health field, coupled with each other's unique yet complimentary backgrounds in order to develop individualized brain assessments in order to ascertain how each person's brain is functioning in order to improve their quality of life.

Brain ARC-America principles are Diana Martinez, MD, MSc, PhD, Board Certified in Neurofeedback, Angelika Y. Sadar, MA-Clinical Psychology, Board Certified in Neurofeedback and Heart Rate Variability, Leon Morales-Quezada, MD, MSc, PhD, MPH, and Mitchell Sadar, M.A., PhD., Board Certified in Neurofeedback and Heart Rate Variability.

Andreas Müller of BrainARC-Chur and HBImed Brain Diagnostics states "BrainARC-Chur, along with HBImed AG is happy to partner with BrainARC-America. It has been our goal to introduce this highly researched and evidence based method that helps to understand the individual's brain functioning to develop an individualized treatment plan to the United States for quite some time and finally we have the right leaders."

"We are pioneers in helping people improve their lives by measuring objectively how their brain functions so that the best individualized treatments can be offered. This is in contrast to the more traditional methods of diagnosing based on just patient report and observed symptoms," said Dina Martinez.

By objectively measuring biomarkers in the brain, we are able to add to the traditional, limited methods of clinical observation. As a result, the patient receives validation of the source of their behavioral distress. Very often, when given results, parents will comment.

"This is what I was waiting for. This is the first time I have received an explanation of what is going on in my child's brain. Now our family has hope for our child's future," said Angelika Sadar.

"This evaluation process can help identify biomarkers that can guide the prescribing of medication to decrease the number of children who are over medicated or experience the negative side effects of medications unnecessarily," said Mitchell Sadar.

"BrainARC US neurophysiological and cognitive evaluations compliment traditional medical diagnostic tools helping clinicians to develop adequate therapeutic interventions," said Leon Morales.

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Study Identifies Boston’s Top-Rated Plastic Surgeons

BOSTON, Mass. -- An analysis of multiple online rating sources has shed light as to whom Boston-area plastic surgical patients consider the area's top plastic surgeon. According to actual patient ratings gathered from five different rating platforms, Dr. Jeffery Spiegel, of The Spiegel Center, was ranked as the area's top plastic surgeon, receiving more five-star ratings from his patients than any other plastic surgeon.

The study, conducted by John C. Anderson Ph.D., a former professor of management at UCLA and consultant in the plastic surgery industry, compiled patient ratings from five key platforms-Google, Facebook, RealSelf,, and, looking specifically at which physicians had received five-star ratings from patients, and for which procedures.

Dr. Spiegel received 221 five-star ratings. The next surgeon with the most five-star ratings, Dr. Jeffrey Darrow, earned 125 top marks from his patients. Others, with fewer top marks, included Boston plastic surgeons Dr. Sean Doherty, Dr. Richard Bartlett, Dr. Samuel Lin, Dr. George Volpe, Dr. Leonard Miller, Dr. Summer Slavin, and Dr. Joseph Russo.

The number of five-star reviews earned by the surgeons ranged from 12 to 221.

In addition, the study looked at which procedures earned the doctors the most top reviews. These tended to flow along the lines of each practice's specialty. Dr. Spiegel, for example, was ranked highest in facial plastic surgery (rhinoplasties, face lifts, injectables, blepharoplasties, and facial feminization surgeries).

Other surgeons were noted for their skills in breast augmentation and reduction, injectables, rhinoplasty, and gynecomastia.

Patient ratings are one indicator of physician quality along with board certification, academic credentials, and experience.

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New Market Research Report on Bioelectronic Medicine Forecasts $16.6B Market

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- A newly published market research report from Neurotech Reports, the leading market intelligence firm in the neurotechnology industry, forecasts that the worldwide market for bioelectronic medicine and related technologies will reach $16.6 billion by 2025. "The Market for Bioelectronic Medicine: 2020-2025" takes an in-depth look at the technology, markets, competitors, research, and growth rates in key application areas in the years 2020 through 2025.

"Bioelectronic medicine represents one of the most promising areas of healthcare and medical technology," said James Cavuoto, editor and publisher of Neurotech Reports. "Our team of editors and market research forecasters has more experience and expertise in this area than any other market intelligence organization."

The research report forecasts U.S. and worldwide revenue, compound annual growth rates, and competitor market shares for bioelectronic medicine devices in several key indications, including inflammatory disorders, hypertension, gastrointestinal disorders, urological disorders, cardiac disorders, metabolic disorders, and ENT disorders. It features in-depth profiles of established and startup bioelectronic medicine firms and key research institutions developing new bioelectronic and neuromodulation therapies.

A unique feature of this report is that it breaks down U.S. and worldwide revenue between core applications that conform to a classic definition of bioelectronic medicine-neuromodulation that affects an end organ-and applications that conform to an expanded definition that includes neuromodulation for neurological disorders. Also highlighted in the report is detailed information on key private and public funding agencies and venture capital firms that are investing in this space.

Authors of the report include Neurotech Reports editors James Cavuoto, Jennifer French, Jeremy Koff, and Margot Puerta. Puerta is the former editor of the journal Bioelectronic Medicine. A team of prominent industry experts also contributed valuable input to the study including Tony Arnold, principal of the consulting firm Precys and former CEO of SetPoint Medical, and Victor Pikov, CEO of Medipace Inc. and former research platforms director at Galvani Bioelectronics.

The report is available through the Neurotech Reports website:

About Neurotech Reports:

Neurotech Reports is the leading source of news and analysis specific to the neurotechnology industry. The firm publishes the monthly newsletter Neurotech Business Report, and also produces two annual investment conferences: the Neurotech Leaders Forum, now in its 19th year, and the Bioelectronic Medicine Forum, now in its second year. Neurotech Reports also offers strategic consulting services to commercial firms and research organizations in neuromodulation and bioelectronic medicine. Learn more at:

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Atlantic Coast Surgical Suites performs first navigated reverse total shoulder at an ambulatory surgery center in New England

SEABROOK, N.H. -- Atlantic Coast Surgical Suites is an ambulatory surgery center designed for, and specializing in, outpatient joint replacement surgery. Today, Dr. Moby Parsons of The Knee, Hip and Shoulder Center performed the first outpatient reverse shoulder replacement here using the Exactech GPS (Guided Personalized Surgery) preoperative planning and navigation system.

According to Parsons, "There are very few centers around the country offering surgical navigation for shoulder replacement at an outpatient surgery center. This is the first such case in New England."

Dr. Parsons is one of the design surgeons for the Exactech GPS system. A preoperative CT scan provides a detailed 3D picture of the patient's arthritic shoulder. Images are then imported into a planning software that allows the surgeon to virtually perform the operation, selecting the right implants and their optimal position and orientation relative to the patient's individual anatomy. This plan can then be taken into the operating room where special instruments with trackers synced to a computer and camera system allow real time navigation of the surgical plan.

"Arthritis causes wear and erosion of the socket bone. Our goal during surgery is to restore patient anatomy as best we can. Planning and navigation substantially improve our accuracy compared to conventional instruments," Parsons notes.

Parsons, along with several other design surgeons and engineers, has done extensive research and development on surgical navigation in shoulder replacement and has been using this technology for almost 2 years since it became commercially available. Parsons was also the first surgeon in New Hampshire to perform a reverse shoulder replacement in 2004 and was recently inducted into the American Shoulder and Elbow surgeons, recognizing his expertise in shoulder surgery.

Advances in patient preparation, pain management, anesthetic techniques and surgical techniques now allow many patients to go home the same day as their joint replacement surgery. "Recovery in the comfort of home is both safe and highly satisfying for patients," Parsons notes.

"Our ambulatory surgery center specializes in orthopedic procedures with a highly dedicated staff who focus on same-day care day in and day out. Experience and expertise really matter to do this well. We are extremely fortunate to have a center like Atlantic Coast Surgical Suites where we can deliver high quality outpatient joint replacement."

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Local Orthopaedic Surgeon to Discuss Advancements in Shoulder Replacement on the World Stage

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- Dr. Moby Parsons, a joint replacement specialist at the Knee, Hip and Shoulder Center in Portsmouth, N.H., helped to pioneer a surgical navigation tool that is now being widely used around the world to improve the results of shoulder replacement. Termed GPS for Guided Personalized Surgery, this technology allows the shoulder surgeon to preoperatively plan the operation on a computer system and then recreate that plan with great accuracy using intelligent surgical instruments that can link the patient's anatomy to the preoperative imaging.

The shoulder is a highly complex joint that undergoes wear and erosion from arthritis and tendon tears. Prior studies have demonstrated that when surgeons can better recreate a patient's native anatomy during reconstructive surgery, outcomes are improved in terms of range of motion, function and implant longevity.

"GPS effectively gives us 3-dimensional, x-ray vision and greatly improves our ability to restore normal anatomy," said Parsons, who has worked extensively with Exactech, Inc. in Gainesville, Fla. to bring this technology into the operating room.

Parsons, along with an international team of surgeons and engineers, helped to develop and validate the GPS system. Recently Parsons has worked with his team to research and refine standards in the preoperative planning process that may lead to better shoulder function, lower complications and improved implant durability.

"Comparing the way different surgeons approach the same case reveals that there is currently a lack on consensus about what is the ideal reconstruction for any given shoulder," Parsons notes. His research aims to narrow the range of acceptable solutions to achieve greater precision during shoulder replacement.

Parsons' research was recently selected for presentation at the International Congress for Shoulder and Elbow Surgery this September in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Hosted every 3 years, this is the largest gathering of shoulder experts in the world and provides an international stage for the team's work. "The acceptance of our study points to the widespread interest that surgeons have in these enabling technologies. We are honored to present our results and hope we can translate this work into improved standards for shoulder replacement in the future."

Parsons and the GPS Design Team continue to advance the capabilities of this system through ongoing research and development. "We have made a substantial leap forward over the last 3 years, but there is much left to learn and a tremendous opportunity to leverage technological innovations in the operating environment for the benefit of better surgical results."

Dr. Parsons performed a fellowship in shoulder surgery under famed, shoulder replacement pioneer Dr. Frederick Matsen. He is a founding member of the New England Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons where he recently hosted a panel discussion on computer-assisted preoperative planning. He is also a member of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons. His prior research has won the prestigious Charles Neer Award for excellence in clinical outcomes studies. He will also be presenting results of clinical research on the reverse shoulder replacement at this year's American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons annual meeting in Las Vegas, Nev.

He currently operates at Portsmouth Regional Hospital in Portsmouth, N.H., Wentworth Douglass Hospital in Dover, N.H. and Atlantic Coast Surgical Suites in Seabrook, N.H.

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Sue Siegel to Keynote 2019 Bioelectronic Medicine Forum in NY

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Neurotech Reports, the publisher of the Neurotech Business Report newsletter, announces that Sue Siegel, Chief Innovation Officer at GE and CEO of GE Ventures, will keynote the 2019 Bioelectronic Medicine Forum, which takes place in New York City on April 4, 2019. The second-annual event will be held at the Millennium Broadway Hotel & Conference Center in Times Square.

Sue has more than 35 years of corporate, entrepreneurial, and venture capital experience, all geared at turning untapped potential into real value. In this role, Sue leads GE Ventures, a multimodal innovation engine focused on accelerating promising start-ups, creating and launching new companies, licensing GE's intellectual property, developing new markets, and nurturing innovative ideas into scalable initiatives both inside and outside of GE.

Sue is currently a board member at Align Technologies (ALGN), Illumina, Inc. (ILMN), and MIT's The Engine. She has been recognized in Fortune as one of "34 Leaders Who Are Changing Health Care" and as one of "The 100 Most Influential Women in Silicon Valley" by Silicon Valley Business Journal.

Other speakers at this year's event include Imran Eba, partner at Action Potential Venture Capital, Evan Norton, divisional vice president at Abbott Ventures, Jeff Erb, senior director of business development at Medtronic, Kip Ludwig, associate professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Elliot Krames, past president of the International Neuromodulation Society, Marom Bikson, professor of biomedical engineering at City University of New York, Shai Gozani, CEO of NeuroMetrix Inc., and Victor Pikov, a former Galvani Bioelectronics scientist and now CEO of startup Medipace Inc.

Several promising bioelectronic medicine entrepreneurs will be presenting at the meeting. These include Daniel Powell, CEO of Spark Biomedical, Thomas Oxley, CEO of Synchron Inc., developer of the Stentrode device, Jennifer Ernst, CEO of Tivic Health, Don Deyo, CEO of FemPulse LLC, Doug Adams, CEO of Qura Inc., Nader Yaghoubi, CEO of PathMaker Neurosystems Inc., and Samuel Hamner, director of technology and product marketing at Cala Health. Also presenting will be Gaurev Sharma from Battelle and Jake Zabara from the Jacob Zabara Family Foundation. Dr. Zabara was the original developer of vagus nerve stimulation for epilepsy and a cofounder of Cyberonics Inc. (now LivaNova).

Key topics will include promising indications, alliances with bio/pharm firms, regulatory and reimbursement issues, and pricing/commercialization issues.

"Bioelectronic medicine is one of the most promising new segments of the healthcare industry," said James Cavuoto, editor and publisher at Neurotech Reports. "This second-annual conference will be a key meeting place for entrepreneurs and executives helping to found this industry."

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