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Exciting new technology....among the first in the U.S.- 'Custom' Total and Reverse Shoulder Replacement
2010-07-01

New 'Custom' Total and Reverse Shoulder Replacement by Dr. Richard Bartholomew Dr. Bartholomew is excited to announce the introduction of the all new 'Signature' Custom Fit sho

Minimally Invasive Procedure for Shoulder Instability
2011-12-01

Arthroscopic Bristow-Latarjet procedure by Dr. Richard Bartholomew Dr. Bartholomew now offers the latest arthroscopic procedure to treat chronic shoulder instability. Developed by

Shoulder Arthroscopy
2010-07-01

Subscapularis Tendon Tears by Dr. Richard Bartholomew The subscapularis muscle/tendon unit is known to play a major role in shoulder function and subscapularis tendon tears are

Rotator Cuff Healing
2010-05-01

Enhancing Rotator Cuff Healing with Platelet Rich Plasma by Dr. Richard Bartholomew Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is an exciting new technology emerging in orthopedics and sports medici

Suprascapular Nerve Entrapment
2009-10-01

Arthroscopic Treatment of Suprascapular Nerve Entrapment by Dr. Richard Bartholomew The suprascapular nerve supplies function to the supra and infraspinatous muscles. The nerve has more rec

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