Published: August 01, 2011
Live Web Event Highlights Shoulder Surgery Breakthrough
BroadcastMed, Inc.'s surgical web portal ORLive.com is proud to present a live web program from Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jonathan Levy will perform a reverse shoulder replacement, an exciting breakthrough in shoulder surgery. It's a new treatment option for patients who have suffered with shoulder arthritis and rotator cuff dysfunction. The reverse shoulder replacement has been used successfully in Europe for over 10 years and has recently been approved for use in the United States.
Viewers can watch "Reverse Shoulder Replacement" LIVE -- tomorrow, August 2nd at 12:00pm ET on ORLive.
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