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The Advancement of Medicine
   The physicians of the Charlotte Shoulder Institute remain committed towards advancing the knowledge of shoulder problems as well as the discovery of new methods for optimizing patient outcomes.  The primary goal is improving patient outcome. The evolution of medicine is dependent on the patient physician relationship, and through this trust, both parties benefit and learn from the condition.  The utilization of both basic science and clinical trials allow for a more complete understanding of shoulder conditions.
    If you are interested in learning more about the exciting research taking place at The Charlotte Shoulder Institute, please contact us.
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Upper Extremity Course at Harvard Medical School
Recent Publications
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    This year has been very exciting for the Charlotte Shoulder Institute. From a research standpoint, the Institute has been very productive so far in terms of peer reviewed publications as well as significant text book contributions. These articles and resources may be seen in the office. There have also been significant challenging and unique cases currently under data collection and follow up review for submission and publication. Below you will find a "Pubmed" query representing a summary of the scientific contribution to the medical literature. "Pubmed" represents the scientific community's most powerful search engine for peer reviewed literature. Articles may be requested from your local university library as desired. Textbooks may also be requested.
National and International Presentations
    Besides acceptance in the print media, research from physicians at the Charlotte Shoulder Institute has led to numerous lectures at national and international venues. In 2012, the following research has been presented:

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)
Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA 2012
“Infection Rate in Total Shoulder Replacement: Best
Practices- Antibiotic Cement.” Roth KM, Goel DP,
Romanowski JR, Wells JH, Higgins LD, Warner JJP.

American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Annual Open
Meeting. San Francisco, CA 2012.
“Infection Rate in Total Shoulder Replacement: Best
Practices- Antibiotic Cement.” Roth KM, Goel DP,
Romanowski JR, Wells JH, Higgins LD, Warner JJP.

Canadian Orthopaedic Association (COA)
Annual Meeting. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 2012.
“Coracoid Process Autograft Incorporation Following
Laterjet Transfer for Anterior Shoulder Instability.”
Romanowski JR, Goel, DP, Warner JJP.

Canadian Orthopaedic Association (COA)
Annual Meeting. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 2012.
“Infection Rate in Total Shoulder Replacement:
Best Practices-Antibiotic Cement.”

Roth KM, Goel DP,
Romanowski JR, Wells JH, Higgins LD, Warner JJP.

Canadian Orthopaedic Association (COA)
Annual Meeting. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 2012.
“Short Term Complications of the Latarjet Procedure.”
Shah AA, Butler RB, Romanowski JR, Goel DP, Karadagli D
Warner, JJ





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