Shoulder stabilization

Let our experienced surgeons evaluate whether your condition requires arthroscopic or open stabilization.

Shoulder instability problems (repetitive dislocation) are often the result of the detachment of the shoulder's rim (labrum) and envelope (capsule).

The best treatment consists of reinserting the capsule on the edge of the glenoid bone (arthroscopic or open Bankart capsulorraphy).

For those whose shoulder instability is caused by tissue that is too loose (hyperlaxity), a tightening of the capsule (T-shaped capsuloplasty) may be necessary after failure of intensive rehabilitation.