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Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Surgeons to Use Advanced Camera Technology & Techniques to Repair Torn Rotator Cuff
October 19, 2006 at 4:00 PM CDT (21:00 UTC)
From Aurora BayCare Medical Center, Green Bay, WI

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Shoulder Injury: Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair will be the focus of a live webcast, hosted by Aurora BayCare Medical Center from 4 to 5 p.m. CDT (21:00 UTC) on Thursday, October 19th.

Shawn Hennigan, M.D., will perform the procedure. His technique uses multiple small incisions (portals) and arthroscopic technology to visualize and repair the rotator cuff. The technique is very challenging and the learning curve for orthopedic surgeons who perform this technique is steep. Dr. Shawn Hennigan is one of only a few orthopedic surgeons in the state of Wisconsin who have completed fellowship training in shoulder and elbow surgery.

Expert commentary throughout the broadcast will be provided by Jon Henry, M.D. a fellowship-trained sports medicine orthopedic surgeon; Robert Limoni, M.D., and Michael Schnaubelt, M.D. BayCare Clinic's chief medical officer, Paul Summerside, M.D. will provide additional perspective on athletic injuries.  


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Shoulder Injury: Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair will be the focus of a live webcast, hosted by Aurora BayCare Medical Center from 4 to 5 p.m. CDT (21:00 UTC) on Thursday, October 19th.

Shawn Hennigan, M.D., will perform the procedure. His technique uses multiple small incisions (portals) and arthroscopic technology to visualize and repair the rotator cuff. The technique is very challenging and the learning curve for orthopedic surgeons who perform this technique is steep. Dr. Shawn Hennigan is one of only a few orthopedic surgeons in the state of Wisconsin who have completed fellowship training in shoulder and elbow surgery.

Expert commentary throughout the broadcast will be provided by Jon Henry, M.D. a fellowship-trained sports medicine orthopedic surgeon; Robert Limoni, M.D., and Michael Schnaubelt, M.D. BayCare Clinic's chief medical officer, Paul Summerside, M.D. will provide additional perspective on athletic injuries.

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