Thanks again to KVI/KOMO Radio and of course IRG for inviting me back recently for another interview this time on Total Shoulder Arthroplasty and Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty.
This is some new research I helped with available via early online publication from Clinical Biomechanics regarding sizing prostheses in reverse shoulder arthroplasty. Essentially the bottom line that we found was that it is very important for the treating surgeon to account for different morphologies of the patient when implanting a shoulder.
Next week I’ll have the honor to present previous research at the Nice Shoulder Course held in Nice, France. This will be the second time I’ll have been invited as course faculty, and will have the opportunity to learn new research developments and surgical techniques from world-wide surgeons.
This is a paper I published regarding prognostic indicators of Reverse Shoulder Replacement. Reverse shoulder replacement prognosis can be tied to many factors, we’ve found however that the most significant factor was actually the intraoperative range of motion (ROM) found was a real determinant of postoperative ROM.