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“Our Task: Taking Shoulder Surgery to Another Level” with Dr. Quin Throckmorton and Dr. Tyler Brolin

Shoulder surgery today looks entirely different than it did 10 or even 20 years ago, and Drs. Quin Throckmorton and Tyler Brolin exemplify what it means to drive innovation forward. In this episode, they explain how shoulder replacements and other procedures have changed since the start of their careers. They also discuss the work they’ve done to reduce the need for opioids after surgery and share their perspective on the importance of global collaboration. Drs. Throckmorton and Brolin are two-time winners of the Charles Neer Award and specialize in shoulder and elbow surgery at the Campbell Clinic. 

Episode Recap:

  • Today we’re talking with shoulder and elbow surgeons Drs. Quin Throckmorton and Tyler Brolin (1:29)
  • What’s the relationship between Campbell Clinic and Mayo Clinic? (3:17)
  • How have you seen ideas around shoulder replacements change in Memphis? (5:13)
  • What are the most common shoulder issues you see today? (11:22)
  • Can you tell us about the work you’ve done to reduce opioid use? (19:25)
  • Why is specificity valuable for orthopaedic surgeons? (25:57)
  • How does international collaboration benefit the field? (27:19)
  • What are you excited to see next in shoulder surgery? (29:57)
  • Can you tell us about your experiences being here in Memphis? (33:26)

Links and Resources:

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Campbell’s Operative Orthopaedics Textbook

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