Here are a few (more to come):
The normal shoulder (link)
Shoulder arthritis (link)
The smooth and move procedure for irreparable cuff tears (link)
Managing shoulder arthritis without surgery (link)
Total shoulder replacement (link)
The ream and run shoulder replacement (link)
The CTA shoulder replacement (link)
Stretching the shoulder after shoulder replacement (link)
Here are some new youtubes we prepared on total shoulder arthroplasty
First let's take a look at the normal shoulder
Next let's take a look at how the shoulder should be x-rayed to diagnose the problem and to plan the joint replacement.
This next youtube shows how we position the patient and approach the shoulder for joint replacement.
Now let's consider the selection of the humeral component and preparation of the humerus
Here are our thoughts on glenoid component selection.
Here is how we prepare the glenoid bone and insert the glenoid component.
Here are our thoughts on the management of the retroverted glenoid
Here are the final steps in the arthroplasty.
Here are some thoughts on the rehabilitation of the shoulder.
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We have a new set of shoulder youtubes about the shoulder, check them out at this link.
Be sure to visit "Ream and Run - the state of the art" regarding this radically conservative approach to shoulder arthritis at this link and this link
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