How to Perform a Subscapularis Repair
Previously said to be the “the forgotten tendon” of the shoulder, the subscapularis tendon has received greater attention in recent decades, and surgical
advancements have provided a variety of effective techniques for addressing subscapularis tears (isolated and combined). If you are an orthopaedic surgeon whose scope of practice includes treating the shoulder, and you are interested in learning more about the latest recommendations for surgically repairing sucscapularis tears, you should consider attending FORE’s Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference. This four-day event held annually in Snowbird, Utah, explores techniques for subscapularis repair and many other surgical procedures for treating the shoulder, including the Remplissage procedure, Latarjet procedure and bony Bankart repair.
Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports
This ISAKOS-approved conference has been specially designed with the intention of providing surgeons with the ongoing education they need to improve their surgical precision and patient outcomes. As the event’s name implies, our Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference covers a wide variety of orthopaedic conditions, not only those occurring in the shoulder. Attendees can expect to learn about topics ranging from new approaches for acetabular rim trimming to strategies for managing lateral knee injuries and the proper management of patella instability. An expert faculty will present the latest techniques and technologies relevant to these procedures, with attendee interaction encouraged through question-and-answer sessions.
To register for FORE’s Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference – or any other course listed in our schedule of events – contact our team today.