It's quite evident that with the addition of Mr. Sendro as Executive VP, the company has added an industry veteran whom has been schooled by "the best" at how to structure the art of the deal, and I am not talking about Donald Trump. Time loves a hero, and I am betting that things aren't as good at US Spine as they claim. I would venture that they are no different than companies like Life Spine, Titan Spine, Custom Spine, and many others that are all trying to figure out how sustain themselves at a time when investors are not going to invest in traditional hardware. We would be curious to know who invested $2 million into this company? Until a potential investor expresses interest in infusing capital into an early-growth stage company, the general public is at the mercy of whatever that organization wishes to say. Remember Vertebron's press release in a Hartford, Connecticut publication which stated that they had their first $1 million dollar month in sales, ever wonder where all that revenue went?
In closing the spine industry public will be watching this company closely. Until then party on!