What effect does patient specific instrumentation have on clinical outcomes after a Reverse Shoulder Replacement?
Should patient-specific instrumentation or standard guides be used in reverse shoulder replacement? Outcomes are similar among experienced surgeons.
What if my shoulder is still painful or stiff after a Reverse Shoulder Replacement?
What can I do if my shoulder is still painful after a reverse shoulder replacement? One option is arthroscopic management. Learn more here.
Can Arthroscopy be used to treat stress fractures after Reverse Shoulder Replacement?
What can be done with a painful acromion stress fracture that hasn’t healed? One option is the simple excision of small fragments
The biceps tendon may help healing after a shoulder replacement
In Oregon Shoulder Institute, we are exploring ways to optimize outcomes after shoulder replacement including subscapularis repair techniques.