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    FEATURED SURGERY: Stemless TSA Using Navigation and an Augmented Glenoid

    Ryan Simovitch, MD, from Jupiter Medical Center in Jupiter, Florida, performs a total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA) on an active 70-year-old male patient in a procedure broadcast live from ICJR’s 7th Annual Shoulder Course.

    The patient had failed a course of conservative therapy to manage significant shoulder pain with activity and at night. He has elevation just above his shoulder and slightly limited external and internal rotation; strength is relatively intact.

    Click the image above to watch Dr. Simovitch perform the TSA.

    Disclosures

    Dr. Simovitch has disclosed that receives royalties from and paid consultant and paid presenter or speaker for Exactech.