Mr Tennent has developed a number of videos to help illustrate surgical techniques.
The Arthroscopic Tightrope Technique for AC Joint stabilisation was introduced ion 2004 and patented shortly afterwards. It has now been performed over 5000 times worldwide.
The latest technique to be developed by Mr Tennent is an arthroscopic procedure to repair the labrum in shoulders which dislocate backwards. This has recently been published.
SLAP (Superior Labral) lesions are common and can be difficult to treat. The technique shown below was developed by Mr Tennent and is awaiting publication.
The videos below were made to assist surgeons in training and patients to understand more about the shoulder and the procedures.
Arthroscopic anterior stabilisation of the shoulder is commonly performed for shoulders which recurrently dislocate
Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression is probably the most common arthroscopic procedure performed on the shoulder. It involves smoothing away a small spur of bone at the front of the shoulder.
Diagnostic arthroscopy is the basic step required before any complex procedures can be considered. The video below is designed to assist trainees in learning the steps.
The following video has been produced to train users in a new tool for evaluating and educating trainee surgeons.
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