Comprehensive Total Shoulder System: Surgical Technique

November 27, 2014

This brochure is presented to demonstrate the Comprehensive Total Shoulder System surgical technique utilized by John Sperling, M.D.; David Dines, M.D.; Russell Warren, M.D.; Edward Craig, M.D.; Donald Lee, M.D.; and Timothy Codd, M.D. Biomet, as a manufacturer of this device, does not practice medicine and does not recommend this device or technique. Each surgeon is responsible for determining the appropriate device and technique to utilize on each individual patient.

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