In the News
Dr Hennigan is proud to have presented on Updates in Management of Rotator Cuff Disorders at the February 25, 2022
Dr Hennigan is proud to have presented on Updates in Management of Rotator Cuff Disorders at the February 25, 2022 meeting, entitled Navigating the Changing Landscape of Care for the injured Worker. The even took place at The Timber Rattlers Stadium in Appleton, WI.
Dr Hennigan is honored to have participated as invited faculty for DJO’s 8th Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty Course, held in Tampa, FL on June 11-12, 2021.
Dr Hennigan is honored to have participated as invited faculty for DJO’s 8th Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty Course, held in Tampa, FL on June 11-12, 2021. The course was a combination of case-based discussions with the world’s thought leaders in shoulder arthroplasty, as well as a lab, where participants can gain experience using surgical techniques in explanting and re-implanting shoulder prostheses.
Clinical Considerations for Safe Outpatient Total Joint Arthroplasty
Over the past 10 years, I have been increasing the number of patients to whom I offer outpatient shoulder replacement surgery. Change is coming, and I look forward to learning from those who have studied doing it safely!
DJO Global Announces
DJO Global, Inc. (“DJO” or the “Company”), a leading global provider of medical technologies designed to get and keep people moving, today announced the launch of the AltiVate Anatomic Shoulder System. The system features a short, bone sparing humeral stem anatomically designed through morphologically-based fit analysis to optimize metaphyseal fit and stability. The stem also features P2, DJO’s proprietary “porous porous” coating that provides superior bone ingrowth. Coupled with the stem is a glenoid component with patent-pending “Drop and Go™” technology encompassing trilobe features on the peripheral pegs for immediate fixation upon implantation. This data-driven result is a truly anatomic reconstruction with fixation you can feel.
DJO® Announces Release of AltiVate Reverse® Short Stem, The First Fully Convertible, Inlay, Short Stem Shoulder Replacement System in the United States
DJO®, a leading provider of medical technologies designed to get and keep people moving, introduced today the AltiVate Reverse® Short Stem, the first fully-convertible, inlay, short stem shoulder arthroplasty system available in the United States. The AltiVate Reverse® Short Stem was designed by DJO, a market leader in shoulder arthroplasty systems, using principles based on a design with minimum 10-years of clinical follow-up1. The AltiVate Reverse Short Stem received FDA 510(k) clearance in April 2019 for use in anatomic, reverse, and partial shoulder arthroplasty.