Orthofix builds spinal team with former Stryker exec
This article was originally published in Clinica
Orthofix International has strengthened its management team with the appointment of Kevin Unger as president of its spinal implants business. Mr Unger joins the Boston, Massachusetts company from Stryker, where he spent over 14 years, the last five serving as vice-president and general manager in the MedSurg division. Under his leadership, this division grew from $30m to $200m, according to Orthofix.
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