John E. (Jed) Kuhn, MD, MS
Scott Steinmann, MD
Joseph Abboud, MD
George Athwal, MD
Carolyn Hettrich, MD, MPH
Jay Keener, MD
Matthew Provencher, MD
Comprehensive, critical insights of the pathology of rotator cuff tears from top experts; which includes high-yield applications of the most current information on surgical techniques from content experts in the field.
This course includes topics on basic rotator cuff anatomy and biomechanics, small to medium size rotator cuff tears, irreparable rotator cuff tears, complications, and revision surgery. The authors and editors were selected based on their clinical interests and expertise. Our goal is to provide a timely update on this important topic, especially surgical management.
Each of the five learning modules includes focused learning objectives, pearls and pitfalls, video content, and recommended reading for learners of all levels.
Each lesson includes concise and well-illustrated didactic material that is supported by case examples and links to additional resources, including test questions, videos, and relevant readings, for in-depth study. The breadth of content provided allows this interactive course to be tailored to each user’s learning interests and needs.
Discover key insights or take a deep-dive into the relevant aspects of rotator cuff tears of the shoulder, including:
Rotator cuff repair, including nonsurgical treatment options and the role of physical therapy
Recognize the differences between chronic rotator cuff disease and acute traumatic rotator cuff tears
Recently developed techniques for the management of irreparable rotator cuff tears
Technical pearls of grafting and tendon transfers in the management of rotator cuff tears
Associated pathologies of shoulder pain, such as suprascapular neuropathy and acromioclavicular joint pathology
Treatment options and techniques for the management of biceps tendon pathology and calcific tendinitis
Earn up to 50 AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits™