Orthopedics Today Hawaii
Orthopedics Today Hawaii
February 23, 2016
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VIDEO: Romeo discusses the future of shoulder arthroplasty research

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WAIKOLOA, Hawaii — At Orthopedics Today Hawaii 2016, Anthony A. Romeo, MD, spoke about innovations in the treatment for shoulder arthritis within the last 20 years.  He explained the weakest area of shoulder arthroplasty is the glenoid.  By better understanding the ideal placement location for the glenoid, glenosphere and base plate, he said patients’ outcomes should improve dramatically after surgery.