Michael J O’Brien

15 July 2019

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Dr Michael J O’Brien lectures on the key considerations and guidance for effectively assessing shoulder instability. With an overview of the principle causes of anterior and posterior instability, he shares examination techniques for acute injury and chronic instability in the context of ligamentous laxity and range of motion. After an on-screen demonstration of the ‘HERI’ and ‘Whipple’ tests, Dr O’Brien concludes with the history and assessment guidance for SLAP tears.


Recorded at:
New Orleans International Advanced Shoulder Symposium
27-28 September, 2018
New Orleans, USA


Chairman: Dr Felix "Buddy" Saviore III (US)
Co-Chairman: Dr Michael O'Brien (US)