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VIDEO: Increased cortical activity contributes to shoulder instability

NEW ORLEANS — Simon P. Frostick, MA, DM, FRCS Eng, FRCS Ed, FFSTEd, at the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Annual Meeting, said an increase in cortical activity contributes to shoulder instability. He said cortical activity and psychological reasons for shoulder instability need to be addressed before shoulder instability can be successfully treated.

NEW ORLEANS — Simon P. Frostick, MA, DM, FRCS Eng, FRCS Ed, FFSTEd, at the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Annual Meeting, said an increase in cortical activity contributes to shoulder instability. He said cortical activity and psychological reasons for shoulder instability need to be addressed before shoulder instability can be successfully treated.

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