Shoulder joint arthritis or severe shoulder fractures can significantly impact a person's quality of life, causing pain and limited mobility. For individuals who have exhausted non-surgical treatments, shoulder replacement surgery may be recommended. There are two...
Recent King & Parsons Insights
Five Reasons Surgeons May Consider Reverse Shoulder Replacement Versus Anatomic Shoulder Replacement
Here are five reasons why a shoulder surgeon may choose the reverse prosthesis shoulder replacement surgery technique.
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.
Parsons was recently invited to present at the New Zealand Shoulder and Elbow Society Annual Meeting on a host of these topics as they relate to the future of shoulder replacement. Learn more.
Dr. Parsons’ research on reverse total shoulder surgery risk factors was recently published in The Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery. Learn more…
Dr. Parsons to present at the ISTA on emerging technology developments in shoulder replacement that have made it from bench research to clinical practice. Learn more…