"What Does the Future Hold for Anatomic TSA?" by Dr. Gilles Walch

Dear CSS Members and Colleagues:


In case you missed this notification from Vumedi, this is a short and very important presentation by Gilles Walch on the “Future of Anatomical Shoulder Replacement.” This was presented at the last ASAP Meeting. For future reference please be aware that this is the most focused and impactful meeting on shoulder arthroplasty presented globally so consider attending the next meeting.

Here is the link to the 2022 ASAP Meeting:

https://asapmeeting.org/#:~:text=Our%20next%20ASAP%20meeting%20will,2022%20in%20beautiful%20Snowbird%2C%20Utah.


"What Does the Future Hold for Anatomic TSA?" by Dr. Gilles Walch, Centre Orthopedique Santy, Lyon, France. Presented at ASAP - Advanced Shoulder ArthroPlasty 2020.

Click here to view: What Does the Future Hold for Anatomic TSA?


Kind Regards,

JP Warner, MD

Founder, CSS

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