Swarm Interactive is pleased to unveil an exciting new animation style for 2012. In our quest to provide the web's premier patient education viewing experience, we have adopted a more cinematic visual approach. As always, we have retained our focus on accuracy and ease of comprehension.

We are using highly detailed new 3D models, new software and new animation techniques. We're updating older animations and building a wide range of new modules. Take a look at our new style by viewing our two newest animations, Pacemaker (Overview) and Pacemaker Implantation (Endocardial Approach).

Want to see the new content? See our full library in action.

Or here's a look at our new Pacemaker Overview module.

Today's site launch is Central Arkansas Pain Center.

About the Practice

Central Arkansas Pain Center offers comprehensive pain relief that helps people get back to living life without limits.

About Dr. Boos

Dr. Boos received his medical degree from the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, Ohio. He did his internship at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cleveland, OH. He did a residency in Anesthesiology at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. Dr. Boos has been practicing in the Hot Springs, AR area since 1994.

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Today's site launch is Surgical Development Systems, Inc.

About SDSI

Surgical Development Systems, Inc. (SDSI) is a true operational and financial consulting management company specializing in services for physician joint ventured Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs) and other outpatient facilities.

We tailor our services to meet the specific needs of the customer whether it is a feasibility analysis for a potential project, start up (de novo) development, positioning for a future liquidity transaction or a complete turnaround to maximize efficiency and profitability.

Experience Counts

Our management team has extensive experience managing ambulatory surgical centers nationwide and currently manages several successful ASCs, with additional projects in various stages of development. Meet the Team »