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Beaumont Doctors Specializing in Sports Medicine. Shoulder Surgery for Instability. Arthroscopic vs. open Bankart repair Capsular “shrinkage” for subtle instability Open capsular shift for multidirectional instability SLAP repair for torn labrum or biceps anchor. Anatomy. Anatomy.

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Shoulder Surgery for Instability

  • Arthroscopic vs. open Bankart repair

  • Capsular “shrinkage” for subtle instability

  • Open capsular shift for multidirectional instability

  • SLAP repair for torn labrum or biceps anchor






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Instability

Traumatic (Unidirectional)

versus

Chronic (Multidirectional)


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InstabilityTraumatic


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InstabilityTraumatic

Normal

Dislocated


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InstabilityTraumatic

Normal

Dislocated


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InstabilityTraumatic

MRI


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InstabilityTraumatic















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SLAP Tear

Normal

Torn




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Goal

Shoulder that is pain free, does not dislocate, and can be trusted


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Possible Risks and Complications

  • Anesthetic

  • Nerve or vessel injury

  • Pain

  • Stiffness

  • Infection

  • Continued instability


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Rehab

  • Initial degree of protection depends on procedure

  • Typical protection period is 4 to 6 weeks

  • Followed by physical therapy 3x/ week x 6 to 12 weeks

  • Expect 3 to 6 months for full recovery


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No surgery is ever “guaranteed,” but shoulder stabilization surgery is a highly successful


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