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+ Include: 131 videos + 1 pdf, size: 18.2 GB

+ Target Audience: surgerist, orthopedic physician

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+ Include: 131 videos + 1 pdf, size: 18.2 GB

+ Target Audience: surgerist, orthopedic physician

+ Sample video: contact me for sample video

+ Topics:

Anatomic – 1 – The ABC’s of the Walch Classification – Walch.mp4
Anatomic – 10- Video Presentation – Subscapularis – Peel it and repair it – Abboud.mp4
Anatomic – 11 – Video Presentation – Subscapularis – Tenotomy and repair – Routman.mp4
Anatomic – 12 – Video Presentation – Subscapularis – LTO and repair – Keener.mp4
Anatomic – 13 – How to expose the humerus and cut the head – Freehand or guided assisted – Sperling.mp4
Anatomic – 14 – Chairmen’s guest lecture – What I have learned about anatomic arthroplasty over the last 25 years – Walch.mp4
Anatomic – 15 – Anatomic total shoulder arthroplasty live – streamed from Midwest Orthopaedics at RUSH – Nicholson – Athwal – Levy – Ramsey.mp4
Anatomic – 16 – Panel discussion – Planning & PSI for anatomic shoulder arthroplasty – Levy.mp4
Anatomic – 17 – Humeral Implants – Standard, short or stemless – Seebauer.mp4
Anatomic – 18 – Platform systems versus easily revisable – Which is better – Valenti.mp4
Anatomic – 19 – Glenoids – Keel, pegs, inlay, inset or hybrid – Levine.mp4
Anatomic – 2 – How I use x-rays, CT MRI for preoperative TSA planning TSA planning – Warner.mp4
Anatomic – 20 – All polyethylene glenoid implants – Follow the golden rules – What are the limits of glenoid implantation – Warner.mp4
Anatomic – 21 – The young patient with OA – What to do before arthroplasty – Burks.mp4
Anatomic – 22 – Glenohumeral OA in the young-everything else has failed – It’s time to remplace – Best implant choices – Ramsey.mp4
Anatomic – 23 – Is there still a role for hemiarthroplasty and resurfacing – Lafosse.mp4
Anatomic – 24 – What’s the big deal with the B2-B3 glenoid – Elhassan.mp4
Anatomic – 25 – B2 – Can I still ream and run – Getz.mp4
Anatomic – 26 – B2 – Ream and replace – Levine.mp4
Anatomic – 27 – Video presentation- Ream and replace – Armstrong.mp4
Anatomic – 28 – B2 – Is bone grafting still an option – Keener.mp4
Anatomic – 29 – Video presentation – B2 Bone grafting – Warner.mp4
Anatomic – 3 – Making sense of all our measures-inclination, version, subluxation, reaming depth & implant seating – Tashjian.mp4
Anatomic – 30 – Video presentation – B2 the augmented glenoid and TSA – Ricchetti.mp4
Anatomic – 31 – Video presentation – B2 – Augment – Athwal.mp4
Anatomic – 32 – B2 – Reverse is best – Frankle.mp4
Anatomic – 33 – Cost effectiveness and value – Should I care – Levy.mp4
Anatomic – 34 – Glenoid exposure and preparation – How I do it – Saltzman.mp4
Anatomic – 35 – My top 5 tricks to expose the challenging glenoid – Sanchez – Sotelo.mp4
Anatomic – 36 – What to do with the symptomatic hypoplastic type C glenoid – Getz.mp4
Anatomic – 37 – Video presentation – Inset glenoid component for type C glenoid – Athwal.mp4
Anatomic – 39 – Alternate bearing surfaces – What’s new and what’s coming down the pipeline – Abboud.mp4
Anatomic – 39 – Video presentation – Alternate approach – Subscapularis on – Lafosse.mp4
Anatomic – 4 – Pre-operative planning – Why you have to do this – Levy.mp4
Anatomic – 40 – How do I rehab my anatomic TSA – L„dermann.mp4
Anatomic – 41 – Factors influencing outcomes and survivability of TSA – Chalmers.mp4
Anatomic – 42 – Panel discussion – Can I conclude anything about B2 management – Levine.mp4
Anatomic – 5 – Can computer assisted planning alone without PSI help – Ricchetti.mp4
Anatomic – 6 – When and how I use patient specific instrumentation – Boileau.mp4
Anatomic – 7 – Navigation in shoulder arthroplasty – Is this the future … – Faber.mp4
Anatomic – 8 – Operative positioning and patient preparation – Parsons.mp4
Anatomic – 9 – Subscapularis management – Peel it, cut it, break it – Athwal.mp4
Anatomic – Discussion – Elhassan-Getz-Levine-Armstrong-Keener-Warner-Ricchetti-Athwal-Frankle.mp4
Anatomic – Discussion – Parsons-Athwal-Abboud-Routman-Keener-Sperling.mp4
Anatomic – Discussion – Seebauer-Valenti-Levine-Warner-Burks-Ramsey-Lafosse.mp4
Anatomic – Discussion – Walch-Warner-Tashjian-Levy-Ricchetti-Boileau-Faber.mp4
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Reverse – 1 – Cuff tear arthroplasty – Grading and indications for CT scan – Sperling.mp4
Reverse – 10 – The glenoid is eroded-deformed – Option for treatment – Ricchetti.mp4
Reverse – 11 – Video presentation – BIORSA fore glenoid deformity – Athwal.mp4
Reverse – 12 – Video presentation – Bone grafting for E2-E3 deformity – Tashjian.mp4
Reverse – 13 – Video presentation – Metal baseplate augmentation for E2-E3 deformity – Routman.mp4
Reverse – 14 – Video presentation – Alternate glenoid centerline – When and how – Frankle.mp4
Reverse – 15 – What is the best humeral neck – shaft angle – L„dermann.mp4
Reverse – 16 – Humeral implants – Standard, short or stemless – Is there still a role for cementing – Walch.mp4
Reverse – 17 – Maximizing prosthetic stability – Implant design, strategies – Armstrong.mp4
Reverse – 18 – Video presentation – Intraoperative trialing – How I do it – Keener.mp4
Reverse – 19 – Preventing instability after RTSA – What I have learned over time – Throckmorton.mp4
Reverse – 2 – RSA definitions – What’s COR and offset – Saltzman.mp4
Reverse – 20 – First clinic visit – It’s dislocated – Chalmers.mp4
Reverse – 21 – Solving the acromial stress fracture problem – Who’s at risk, etiology and prevention – Faber.mp4
Reverse – 22 – Treatment of acromial stress fractures – Does it affect the result – Levy.mp4
Reverse – 23 – Nerve complications – How much lengthening is too much – Abboud.mp4
Reverse – 24 – Stratifying RSA outcomes – Best to worst – Parsons.mp4
Reverse – 25 – Regaining external rotation ROM – Is RSA all you need – Valenti.mp4
Reverse – 26 – Video presentation – RSA combined with latissimus dorsi transfer – Surgical technique – Elhassan.mp4
Reverse – 27 – RSA for proximal humerus fractures – Indications and tips for maximizing tuberosity fixation – Sanchez – Sotelo.mp4
Reverse – 28 – Hemiarthroplasty for proximal humerus fracture – Is there still a role – Getz.mp4
Reverse – 29 – Can you go uncemented with hemi or RSA for fracture – Ramsey.mp4
Reverse – 3 – Lateralized glenoids with inlay humerus is the way to go – Frankle.mp4
Reverse – 30 – RSA in the setting of fracture sequela – Boileau.mp4
Reverse – 31 – RSA in the setting of deltoid-acromial dysfunction – L„dermann.mp4
Reverse – 32 – Structured rehabilitation versus home exercice – Does it matter – Routman.mp4
Reverse – 33 – Durability of RSA – Will this outperform anatomic TSA – Walch.mp4
Reverse – 34 – Panel discussion – Complications related to RSA Moderator – Sanchez-Sotelo.mp4
Reverse – 35 – Panel discussion – Management of glenoid deformities with RSA Moderator – Throckmorton.mp4
Reverse – 36 – Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty – Discussion – Live-Streamed from hospital for special surgery, New York-Athwal- Frankle-Keen.mp4
Reverse – 37 – Discussion-L„dermann-Walch-Armstrong-Keener-Throckmorton-Chalmers-Faber-Abboud-Levy-Parsons-Valenti-Elhassan-Sanchez-Sotelo.mp4
Reverse – 38 – Discussion-Lafosse-Getz-Seebauer-Valenti-Ricchetti-Athwal-Tashjian-Routman-Frankle.mp4
Reverse – 39 – Discussion-Sperling-Saltzman-Levine-Frankle-Faber-Warner.mp4
Reverse – 4 – A bit of both, medial glenoid and lateral humerus RSA – Faber.mp4
Reverse – 5 – What is the optimal baseplate position – Warner.mp4
Reverse – 6 – Deltopectoral versus superolateral approaches – Lafosse.mp4
Reverse – 7 – Video presentation – Optimizing glenoid exposure through the deltopectoral approach for RSA – Getz.mp4
Reverse – 8 – Video presentation – Optimizing glenoid exposure through the superolateral approach for RSA – Seebauer.mp4
Reverse – 9 – What should we do with the subscapularis – Let it fly or repair – Valenti.mp4
Revision – 1 – How to plan for revising a humeral component – Instruments, imaging and imagination – Armstrong.mp4
Revision – 10 – Video presentation – BIO-RSA technique for the revision glenoid – Boileau.mp4
Revision – 11 – Video presentation – Allograft prosthetic technique for humeral bone loss – technique – Levy.mp4
Revision – 12 – Video presentation – Metal prosthetic reconstruction for humeral bone loss – technique – Routman.mp4
Revision – 13 – Reverse shoulder arthroplasty instability – Work up and initial management for a dislocating reverse – Seebauer.mp4
Revision – 14 – When there is nothing left-fusion, resection – How and when do we do these – Throckmorton.mp4
Revision – 15 – Classification of glenoid defects in revision surgery – Boileau.mp4
Revision – 16 – What to do with a loose glenoid and a well-fixed, well-placed humeral stem – Levine.mp4
Revision – 17 – Discussion Revision shoulder arthroplasty – Gulotta-Lafosse-Tashjian-Throckmorton.mp4
Revision – 18 – Panel discussion – Failed humeral and glenoid component cases Moderator – Walch.mp4
Revision – 19 – Video presentation – Arthroscopic glenoid poly removal – Burks.mp4
Revision – 2 – In 2019, is there still a role for revision to anatomic TSA – Throckmorton.mp4
Revision – 20 – Video presentation – How I use autograft (iliac crest, distal clavicle, coracoid) to reconstruct the glenoid bone – Sanchez.mp4
Revision – 21 – Options for glenoid reconstruction – Grafts or metal – How to choose – Warner.mp4
Revision – 22 – Video presentation – How I use free structural bone graft for large superior or central bone defects – Valenti.mp4
Revision – 23 – Video presentation – I don’t bone graft, I use the alternate center line – Frankle.mp4
Revision – 24 – Video presentation – I don’t bone graft, I use a metal augmented base plate – La”dermann.mp4
Revision – 25 – Video presentation – How I use a custom patient specific base plate – Keener.mp4
Revision – 26 – Video presentation – How I two-stage the glenoid – Ricchetti.mp4
Revision – 27 – Hemi reverse – Walch.mp4
Revision – 28 – Convertible stems – When to hold them and when to fold them – Faber.mp4
Revision – 29 – Metal allergy in shoulder arthroplasty – Does it exist – Getz.mp4
Revision – 3 – Humeral revision options – Standard lenght and long stem – Seebauer.mp4
Revision – 30 – What is the optimal method to diagnose infection preoperative and intraoperative in revision shoulder arthroplasty – Ricche.mp4
Revision – 31 – What can we do to prevent deep postoperative infection after shoulder arthroplasty – Powders and pixie dust – Abboud.mp4
Revision – 32 – Two-stage revision for infected arthroplasty is the treatment of choice – Sanchez-Sotelo.mp4
Revision – 33 – One-stage revision for infected arthroplasty is the way to go – Frankle.mp4
Revision – 34 – Video Presentation – How I perform an antibiotic spacer insertion – Parsons.mp4
Revision – 35 – When should we consider debridement alone, chronic suppressive antibiotics or non-arthroplasty revision options – Armstrong.mp4
Revision – 36 – Tendon transfers after a well-positioned and fixed reverse arthroplasty – Elhassan.mp4
Revision – 37 – Humeral periprosthetic fractures – Non-op versus surgery – Tashjian.mp4
Revision – 38 – Video presentation – How to revise a periprosthetic humeral fracture with a loose stem – La”dermann.mp4
Revision – 39 – How to deal with proximal humeral bone loss – Nothing, cement, allograft or metal – Sanchez-Sotelo.mp4
Revision – 4 – Video presentation – Revision deltopectoral approach – Keener.mp4
Revision – 40 – Managing anatomic shoulder arthroplasty instability – Elhassan.mp4
Revision – 41 – How to manage a well-fixed humerus stemwith a fracture below – Internal fixation with or without component revision – Tashj.mp4
Revision – 42 – Surgical strategies for the unstable reverse shoulder arthroplasty – Lengthen, lateralize, increase glenosphere size, const.mp4
Revision – 43 – Panel Discussion – Complications – Moderators – Athwal-Keener-Tashjian.mp4
Revision – 5 – Video presentation – Removal of a well – fixed cemented stemmed implant – Routman.mp4
Revision – 6 – Video presentation – Removal of a well-fixed uncemented stemmed implant – Saltzman.mp4
Revision – 7 – Video presentation – How to perform a humeral episiotomy and window – Athwal.mp4
Revision – 8 – Complications associated with humeral revision and how to avoid them – Instablility, loosening, poor postoperative function,.mp4
Revision – 9 – Video presentation – Platform conversion – technique – Lafosse.mp4
Revision – Discussion all session presenters.mp4
Revision – Discussion-Saturday PM.mp4
Welcome and introduction of facultymp4.mp4

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