Concomitant rotator cuff, biceps repair led to greater improvement in PROs

Despite inferior baseline patient-reported outcomes, patients who underwent rotator cuff repair with concomitant biceps procedure had greater improvement in outcomes at 1-year postoperatively compared with patients who underwent rotator cuff repair alone, according to results.

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Large rotator cuff tears had high rate of long head of the biceps tendon pathology

Long head of the biceps tendon pathology was more likely to occur among large and massive rotator cuff tears and tears that involved the subscapularis, according to results published in Arthroscopy.

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High BMI linked to greater risk of lateral femoral cutaneous nerve palsy after shoulder arthroscopy

Results published in Arthroscopy showed patients with a higher median weight and BMI who underwent arthroscopic shoulder surgery had an increased risk of developing lateral femoral cutaneous nerve palsy.

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Better, but not clinically important, results with surgery vs no treatment for subacromial shoulder pain

Results from this study indicated arthroscopic subacromial decompression and arthroscopy only both yielded better outcomes for shoulder pain and function among patients who had subacromial pain and intact rotator cuff tendons vs. no treatment. However, the differences between the three groups were not clinically important.

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See why working out your core muscles is vital when getting back into physical training. Dr. Suri explains why using proper technique is key!

"Today Dr. Suri performed one of the first Matrix Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (MACI) knee surgeries in the United States. It was the first arthroscopic-assisted MACI surgery in the United States, which enabled a smaller incision to be used, instead of the traditional larger incision."

One of Dr. Suri's patients courtside at a Pelicans away game in New York

Dr. Misty Suri in Shanghai, China at the NBA Global Games representing the New Orleans Pelicans as Director of Medical Services and Head Team Physician, with Head Coach Alvin Gentry (center) and Associate Head Coach Darren Erman (right).

Dr. Misty Suri has been invited as guest to Brazil Metcalf Meeting combined with Regional Meeting from June 29th to July 02nd, 2016.

2016 NFL Pro Bowl in Honolulu

Working on Darren Woodson’s elbow

With former Saints players Darren Sproles and Malcolm Jenkins

With Cam Jordan from the Saints

Suprascapular Nerve Decompression   Arthroscopic Suprascapular Nerve Decompression

UCl Intraop Pictures   Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction Intraoperative Pictures

Results of arthroscopic repair comparable to debridement for labral tears

A recently presented study shows equivalent short-term results between patients with femoroacetabular impingement who had labral tears treated with either arthroscopic repair or debridement and indicated age as a predictor of outcomes.

“In this comparison of the two groups, preoperatively they were the same and postoperatively they were the same as well,” Misty Suri, MD, said during his presentation.

He added, “Our initial results at 13 months showed that age was the only predictor of a good outcome.”

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Arthroscopic Hip Surgery with Dr. Misty Suri – Part 1

Arthroscopic Hip Surgery with Dr. Misty Suri – Part 2

Arthroscopic Hip Surgery with Dr. Misty Suri – Part 3

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