Speaker: Arthroscopic bone blocks may be the future of shoulder instability treatment

WAILEA, Hawaii — Arthroscopic bone blocks may eventually surpass Latarjet and remplissage as the preeminent bone grafting technique for shoulder instability, according to data presented here.
“Bone loss in shoulder instability must be corrected,” John M. Tokish, MD, said in his presentation at Orthopedics Today Hawaii. “The Latarjet is effective for sure, but risks and the technique limit its widespread adoption. The ideal technique should be arthroscopic, anatomic and osteochondral.”
Although Tokish said Latarjet is a widely utilized bone grafting technique, he

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