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ICL360: Treatment Following a First-Time Shoulder Dislocation

CME expires December 1, 2026

Go beyond traditional learning with a 360° perspective on orthopedic topics.

Each ICL360 is a cutting-edge CME course designed to provide a holistic learning experience, featuring curated video content sourced from expert-selected Instructional Course Lectures enhanced with insightful commentary and comprehensive assessment questions. This all-encompassing course goes beyond traditional learning by offering a complete 360° perspective on orthopedic topics. Explore additional resources, including full-text readings from the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (JAAOS), technique videos from Orthopaedic Video Theater (OVT), and links to external literature and PubMed. Elevate your clinical decision-making skills and gain a well-rounded understanding of essential orthopedic concepts with ICL360.

This course presents an evidence-based approach to the management of first-time shoulder dislocation, with a special focus on diagnosis and intervention in the young athlete.


Author
Ehab Munier Nazzal, MD

Editor
Albert Lin, MD, FAAOS


Learning Objectives

  • Recognize anatomic and biomechanical factors in patients with a first-time anterior shoulder dislocation, including lesions and deficiencies.
  • Review nonsurgical versus surgical treatment in athletes with a first-time shoulder dislocation, considering patient demographics and sports-related risks.
  • Evaluate challenges in accurately defining critical glenoid bone loss, considering the effects of glenoid morphology, concavity, and location, and propose strategies to address these challenges in clinical assessment.
  • Compare the short-term and long-term complications of arthroscopic Bankart repair, open Bankart repair, and the Latarjet procedure, considering factors such as recurrence rates, infection, neurologic injury, nonunion, osteolysis, and glenohumeral arthropathy.
  • Analyze the effect of early surgical management on the outcomes of shoulder instability, considering athlete-specific factors and patient demographics.
  • Review the Latarjet procedure in collision athletes, considering bone loss, recurrence rates, and effect on sports participation.
  • Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of alternative shoulder instability bony reconstruction procedures.

  • Earn up to 5 AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits.

      • List Price - $135.00
      • Resident Price - $115.00

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