Laser Spine Institute closes all locations, affecting nearly 600 employees


Laser Spine Institute, the Tampa-based medical company that touted its "minimally invasive" spinal procedures, is ceasing all operations because it does not have the money to continue.

Friday was the company's last day, according to a news release. The company had surgical centers in Tampa, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Scottsdale, Arizona. Its Tampa headquarters is near Tampa International Airport and International Plaza, a $56 million custom-built 176,000-square-foot campus that opened in 2016.

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