This article gives a detailed comparison of cemented joint prostheses and cementless (press-fit) prostheses for joint replacement surgery.
During a reverse shoulder replacement surgery, a surgeon will switch the positions of the shoulder's ball and socket.
Patients with severe shoulder arthritis should weigh the associated benefits and risks when deciding whether or not to have shoulder replacement surgery.
Reduce the risk of complications after shoulder replacement surgery by making changes to your home as well as preparing medically.
An estimated 91% of shoulder replacements last at least 10 years, but all surgeries come with risks. Learn the risks and possible complications of reverse shoulder replacements.
While surgical procedures can vary depending on the needs of the patient and preference of the surgeon, the reverse shoulder replacement surgery typically includes the following steps.
The vast majority of shoulder replacement surgeries are successful. However, complications can occur even when surgeries are done properly and go smoothly.
This article provides an overview of total shoulder replacement surgery and its risks and benefits.
Read a detailed, step-by-step description of a total shoulder replacement surgery procedure.
Read a detailed description of the types of shoulder replacement surgeries that can relieve pain and dysfunction from arthritis.