Surgical Management of Rotator Cuff Tears & Shoulder Instability

Surgical Management of Rotator Cuff Tears & Shoulder Instability

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Surgical management of rotator cuff disease is indicated once a trial of appropriate rehabilitation has not been successful in improving lateral shoulder pain and weakness. In young athletes (teens and 20’s) the recurrence rate of shoulder instability is 50-100% and surgical stabilization is commonly required to allow a return to play.


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John A. Grant, MD

John A. Grant, MD

Dr. Grant obtained his PhD in Kinesiology with a specialization in Bone & Joint Health from the University of Calgary Sport Medicine Centre under the mentorship of Dr. Nicholas Mohtadi and Dr. Ron Zernicke. He then attended the University ...

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