Poised for ‘a big win’: Holland firm develops cheaper, time-saving spine surgical training model


Jim TenBrink believes he has the invention that’s going to revolutionize the way surgeons are trained in spinal procedures and how medical device companies research and test innovations.

For generations, the traditional surgical training methods have involved cadavers, a practice that comes with logistical challenges and a mountain of regulatory paperwork — not to mention the high cost of having everyone travel to a single training location.

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