Dr. Li presented his research on Reverse Shoulder Replacement and Notching at the 2013 Eastern Orthopaedics Association Meeting
Dr. Li presented his research on the podium of the Eastern Orthopaedics Association (EOA) meeting in Miami, Florida. His project is titled “Does the use of an inferiorly offset glenosphere in reverse shoulder arthroplasty reduce scapular notching? A radiographic and functional outcome analysis”. In addition, Dr. Li’s co-authored project on “Evaluation of hip internal and external rotation range of motion as a risk factor for hip, abdominal, and groin injuries in professional baseball”, won the EOA Resident Research Award and Travel Grant as one of the top research projects presented at the annual meeting.
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