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Arthroscopic Stabilization for Posterior Shoulder Instability: Surgical Technique

February 10, 2018

Contributors: Brandon Charles Cabarcas, BS; Ani Gowd, BS; Anthony A Romeo, MD; Rachel M Frank, MD; Rachel M Frank, MD

Posterior glenohumeral instability has become increasingly recognized in the young, athletic patient population. Over the past decade, significant basic and clinical research has improved our understanding of the pathoanatomy, biomechanics, and appropriate treatment strategies for patients with posterior shoulder instability. With improvements in arthroscopic instrumentation and implants, the ability to manage posterior shoulder instability through arthroscopic techniques has improved. The purpose of this video is to describe the indications, work-up, techniques, and outcomes for patients undergoing arthroscopic posterior shoulder stabilization for recurrent posterior shoulder instability. Surgical pearls, including patient positioning, surgical approaches and portal placement, are reviewed in detail.

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