Here are five reasons why a shoulder surgeon may choose the reverse prosthesis shoulder replacement surgery technique.
Recent King & Parsons Insights
With our AVATAR customized, patient-specific, and concierge recovery program, we are now able to send the vast majority of patients undergoing shoulder replacement home the same day. Learn more…
Dr. Parsons Shares Insights on Shoulder Replacement, Surgical Navigation and Artificial Intelligence to the Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia
Dr. Parsons was invited as an international guest speaker to deliver 2 lectures and a symposium at the 2022 Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia’s Annual Meeting.
Dr. Parsons is elected to the board of directors of New England Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons. Learn more…
Dr. Parsons Performs First Shoulder Replacements In NH Using Innovative Catalyst OrthoScience Shoulder System
Dr. Parsons was the first shoulder surgeon in New Hampshire to perform a total shoulder replacement using the Catalyst OrthoScience Shoulder System.
Learn more about the increased demand for shoulder replacement over time and how advancements have led to the Catalyst shoulder implant that acts like a humeral resurfacing procedure.
Studies have proven that outpatient shoulder replacement, even when done in an ambulatory surgery center is safe and has a low complication rate and low hospital readmission rate. Learn more.
Using a comprehensive, multimodal approach, we have been able to substantially reduce perioperative pain to near a level of just discomfort. Learn more.
Shoulder replacement surgical navigation technology improves the implant placement accuracy improves postoperative outcomes and long-term visibility. Learn more.
Dr. Parsons along with Dr. Frederick Matsen and 9 other shoulder surgeons recently published a current concepts consensus in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. Learn more.