We contacted State Senator Tomlinson and State Rep. John Galloway to figure out how we were going to close this out, said DiGuiseppe. As always Tommy said hes always in on whatever project Bristol Borough has and he wanted to make sure it happened. John Galloway said the same thing. The budget stalemate in Harrisburg, however, left the project high and dry and with borough leaders facing a pivotal decision in June scrap the project and lose $2.5 million in grant funding or move forward with the very real possibility that borough tax dollars may have to be used to plug the shortfall if the state didnt come through. At a meeting in June called by DiGuiseppe to figure out the boroughs next move, residents and business owners packed council chambers in an overwhelming show of support for the project. During the meeting, Gene Williams, the executive director of the Grundy Foundation, received a standing ovation when he announced an offer of $225,000 in matching funds. Grundy Commons President Fred Baumgarten responded with a pledge of $10,000 to get the ball rolling. With the backing of the community and believing the project could be transformative for the towns economy, council voted 6-2 to move forward, awarding the contract bid to PKF-Mark III Inc. The decision brought a standing ovation. DiGuiseppe personally commended the council members who supported the project and borough manager Jim Dillon for his help. He also thanked Congressman Fitzpatrick, Bucks County Commissioners Chairman Rob Loughery, Senator Tomlinson, State Rep.
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This critical addition to our line of lumbar fixation products will provide another way for surgeons to evolve and innovate their care. Marietta, GA (PRWEB) September 27, 2016 Balanced spinal solutions provider Amendia Inc. is pleased to announce the commercial launch of its innovative Spondylolisthesis reduction system:, the Syzygy Stabilization System. Configured to provide immobilization and stabilization of spinal segments as an adjunct to fusion, Syzygy is ideal for use in the treatment of specific acute and chronic instabilities or deformities of the thoracic, lumbar, or sacral spine; and conditions such as fracture, dislocation, scoliosis, kyphosis, spinal tumor, or failed previous fusion. Made of implant-grade titanium alloy, the Syzygy system features cannulated and non-cannulated screws, with self-tapping grip quick threads for maximum cortical bone purchase. Extended threads allow increased adjustability and control in 5mm increments for accurate reduction of spondylolisthesis. With available medial and cranial couplers, Syzygy facilitates up to 35mm of reduction with 10 of cranial-caudal adjustment. adviceDr. Hewatt M. Sims, MD, fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon at Orthopedic Spine Center and Tift Regional Medical Center in Tifton, GA, performed recent spine surgeries with Syzygy.
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