2022 @AAOS1 Poster Presentation

Congrats to @thelongsom student Andrew Gabig on his 2022 @AAOS1 poster presentation. Andrew worked with @TSAOG_Ortho Shoulder and Upper Extremity Surgeon @drrobhartzler on a value analysis comparing SCR to rTSA outcomes as part of Andrew’s research rotation with BRIO Research. #aaos2022 #orthoresearch

2022 @aaos_1 Annual Meeting

Today, Shoulder & Elbow surgeon @drrobhartzler was a panelist at the 2022 @aaos_1 Annual meeting in Chicago, IL. Dr. Hartzler gave his expertise on a newly FDA approved surgical implant, the InSpace subacromial balloon, which can be used to treat massive, irreparable rotator cuff tears.

The InSpace balloon can be used in certain patients to achieve fast, safe pain relief.

TSAOG’s shoulder surgeons can provide expertise and comprehensive solutions for the most difficult rotator cuff tears!

#aaos2022 #orthopedics #shouldersurgery #rotatorcuff

Covid Update: March 2nd, 2022

Spring is just around the corner and looks like the trees are not the only things turning green!
As of today, the city of San Antonio has moved out of the yellow zones (moderate) and is now in the green zone! (mild)
Therefore, TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine will have mask use Optional for all our providers & staff, and Optional for patients and visitors to wear a mask when entering any of our facilities as we use the same city risk levels.
Just a friendly reminder at this time, below are our current mask guidelines for patients and visitors.
• Green Zones – mask use optional
• Yellow Zone – mask use requested
• Red Zones – mask use required
Please continue to follow our website at https://www.tsaog.com for our most up-to-date information.
We appreciate your patience as we work quickly as possible to help protect our community.