Build expertise in various areas of shoulder surgery, including open shoulder stabilization, fractures and anatomic and reverse total shoulder arthroplasty.
Our shoulder arthroplasty rotation is a noteworthy opportunity: few sports medicine fellowships offer their trainees this depth of experience. The advancement of arthroscopic techniques for shoulder surgery has reduced trainees’ exposure to open shoulder surgery in programs across the country, but we enable our fellows to undertake valuable rotations on our shoulder service.
Our rotation makes it possible for you to enhance the knowledge of shoulder arthroplasty that you gained in residency. We’ll help you:
You can expect to see 15 to 20 patients during this rotation, and you may have opportunities to receive guidance from one of our faculty experts who has specialized knowledge of:
The time you devote to the rotation is adjustable. If your goal is to spend extra time strengthening your skills in shoulder arthroplasty, our program allows you to determine the amount of rotation weeks you need.
Your time in this rotation depends on how much shoulder-arthroplasty exposure you request.
Increase your experience treating patients with conditions including: