Shoulder Arthroscopy

Arthroscopic shoulder surgery always starts with a diagnostic arthroscopy of the glenohumeral joint. Even when the pathology, is in a known area of the shoulder, a diagnostic arthroscopy can find concomitant pathology that can be addressed at the same surgical procedure.

Arthroscopic image of a posterior capsular tear in a patient that had anterior shoulder instability and was undergoing an anterior stabilization procedure
Arthroscopic image of a loose body found in the subscapularis recess in a patient that was undergoing a labral repair

Watch a video of of a diagnostic glenohumeral joint arthroscopy