Welcome – Opening Pascal Boileau, MD
I- ANT INSTABILITY – ARTHROSCOPIC BANKART REPAIR & PATIENT SELECTION
Is Arthroscopic Bankart Still Valid? Patient Selection & Long-term Results Hervé Thomazeau, MD
Arthroscopic Soft Tissue Shoulder Stabilization in Elite Judo Athletes: How Do They Perform? Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD
At Long-Term, Open Latarjet Beats Bankart Procedure for Anterior Shoulder Instability! Christian Gerber, MD
II- AVOIDING COMPLICATIONS WITH THE LATARJET PROCEDURE
The Open Latarjet Procedure: Tips & Tricks – Relive Video Gilles Walch, MD
Immediate & Early Complications of the Open Latarjet Procedure: The American Experience Bradley Edwards, MD
Short-term Complications of the Arthroscopic Latarjet Procedure: The Canadian Experience George Athwal, MD
Arthroscopic Guided Latarjet Procedure Dave Saliken, MD
III- LATARJET PROCEDURE WITH SCREW FIXATION
Arthroscopic Latarjet: Results of the SFA Multicenter Study Laurent Lafosse, MD
Coracoid Graft Positioning in Open and Arthroscopic Latarjet Procedures: A 2D-CT Analysis Johannes Barth, MD
Arthroscopic Latarjet Procedure With Ant Capsular Reconstruction: The Chineese Experience Chunyan Jiang, MD
IV- ARTHROSCOPIC LATARJET WITH SUTURE-BUTTON FIXATION
Arthroscopic Latarjet with Double-Button Fixation: Blood, Sweat &Tears!… Nicolas Bonnevialle, MD
Arthroscopic Latarjet using Quadruple-Button Fixation : Technique, Results & Complications Philippe Valenti, MD
Two Versus Four Buttons for Coracoid Fixation in Arthroscopic Latarjet: Does it Matter?… Hugo Barret, MD
V- FAILED ANTERIOR INSTABILITY PROCEDURES
Revision of Failed Arthroscopic Bankart Repair: Latarjet or Soft Tissue Procedures? Emilio Calvo, MD, PhD
The Latarjet Procedure for the Management of Failed Arthroscopic Bankart Gilles Clowez, MD
The Role of Soft Tissue Reconstruction for Failed Bristow-Latarjet Procedure Vincent Lavoué, MD
Arthroscopic Eden-Hybbinnette for Failed Bristow-Latarjet: Technnique & Results Pascal Boileau, MD
VI- ANT GLENOID DEFICIENCY / CUFF DEFICIENCY / HYPERLAXITY
Arthroscopic Iliac Crest Bone Graft for Anterior Glenoid Reconstruction Markus Scheibel, MD
Arthroscopic Trillat Using Suture-Button Fixation Pascal Boileau, MD
VII- POSTERIOR INSTABILITY
Recurrent Posterior Instability from Childhood to Adult Tristan Langlais, MD
The Shoulder Pacemaker Concept for Atraumatic Posterior Instability Philipp Moroder, MD
Static Humeral Posterior Subluxation : Not for the Arthroscopist! Laurent Lafosse, MD
VIII- AC-JOINT DISLOCATION
Arthroscopic AC-Joint Reconstruction for Acute Dislocations: A Ten Years Experience Markus Scheibel, MD
Treatment of Symptomatic Chronic AC-Joint Instability: Why, When, and How to Do it? Ben Kibler, MD
All-Arthroscopic Modified Weaver-Dunn Procedure for Failed Previous AC-Joint Stabilization Olivier Gastaud, MD
IX- WHAT’S NEW IN SHOULDER?
All-Endoscopic Brachial Plexus Neurolysis: My Experience & Results Thibault Lafosse, MD
Biomechanics of the Overhead Throwing Motion Ben Kibler, MD
Scapular Muscle Injury Ben Kibler, MD
Iterative Metal Artifact Reduction (IMAR): A New CT-scan Joe Iannotti, MD, PhD
Computer-Assisted Preoperative Planning for Shoulder Arthroplasty Joe Iannotti, MD, PhD
I-  PARTIAL ROTATOR CUFF TEARS 
Partial Rotator Cuff Tears: When is Surgery Indicated? William Levine, MD
Ultrasound Guided L-PRP Injection in Supraspinatus Interstitial Cuff Tears Aleaxandre Laedermann, MD
Development & Age-Related Degradation of the Supraspinatus Enthesis Lars Frich, MD, PhD
II-  CRITICAL SHOULDER ANGLE & ACROMIOPLASTY
Higher Critical Shoulder Angle Increases the Risk of Re-tear after Rotator Cuff Repair Joshua Dines, MD
The Benefits of Arthroscopic Lateral Acromioplasty in Rotator Cuff Repairs Christian Gerber, MD
III-  FATTY INFILTRATION OF THE ROTATOR CUFF MUSCLES
How and Why Should We Look for Fatty Infiltration of the cuff Muscles ? Gilles Walch, MD
Fatty Infiltration & Atrophy of Cuff Muscles  After Tendon Tearing or Denervation Christian Gerber, MD
Muscle Fatty Degeneration Can Improve after Successful Cuff Repairs Keisuke Matsuki, MD, PhD
IV – POSTEROSUPERIOR CUFF TEARS  (SUPRA + INFRASPINATUS) 
Rotator Cuff and Footprint Anatomy Revisited:  Applications to Rotator Cuff Repair Tomoyuki Mochizuki, MD
Conventional versus Separate Double-Layer Cuff Repair: A Prospective Randomized Study Yang-Soo Kim, MD
Advances in Biologic Augmentation for Rotator Cuff Repair William Levine, MD
V- ANTEROSUPERIOR CUFF TEARS  (SUPRA + SUBSCAPULARIS) 
Arthroscopic Subscapularis Repair: Technical Pearls & Results Laurent Lafosse, MD
Release & Repair of Retracted Anterosuperior Cuff Tear – Relive surgery Pascal Boileau, MD
Long Term Outcome after Pectoralis Major Transfer for Irreparable Anterosuperior RCTs Philipp Moroder, MD
VI- ROTATOR CUFF REPAIR & HEALING
The Biology of Rotator Cuff Healing Matthias Zumstein, MD
Double-Layer Rotator Cuff Repair: Technique & Results Olivier Van Der Meijden, MD, PhD
Rotator Cuff Repair: Minimum 10-Year Follow Up Philippe Collin, MD
Early Mobilization Following Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair Martin Bouliane, MD FRCS (C)
VII- THE FAILED ROTATOR CUFF REPAIR
«Failure with Continuity” after RC Repair: What Does it Mean? What to do? Joe Iannotti, MD, PhD
RCR Failure in Vivo – When Does it Occur? A Radiostereometric Measurement Study Toby Baring, MD, FRCS
Risk Factors for Tendon Healing Failure after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair Eiko Hashimoto, MD, PhD
Revision of Failed Cuff Repair: Does the Tendon Have a 2nd Chance to Heal? Michel Azar, MD
VIII- MASSIVE IRREPARABLE CUFF TEARS – TENDON TRANSFERS
Results after Arthroscopically-Assisted Latissimus Dorsi Transfer: Can We Improve? Jean Kany, MD
Arthroscopic Latissimus Dorsi Transfer for Irreparable Posterosuperior Cuff Tears Laurent Lafosse, MD
Lower trapezius Transfer to Reconstruct Massive Irreparable Posterior Superior RCTs Bassem Elhassan, MD
Single Incision LDT Combined With BIO-RSA Pascal Boileau, MD
IX- MASSIVE ROTATOR CUFF REPAIR – TWO NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK! 
Superior Capsular Reconstruction (SCR) for Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears T.eruhisa Mihata, MD, PhD
Arthroscopic SCR: A Critical Perspective Markus Scheibel, MD
Massive Rotator Cuff Tears: Superior Capsular Reconstruction or Subacromial Balloon Spacer? George Athwal, MD
The Treatment of Massive Irreparable Cuff Tears – My Decision-Making Process in 2018 Pascal Boileau, MD
X- LONG HEAD BICEPS PATHOLOGY – SLAP LESIONS 
What Happens to the Biceps Tendon after Successful Rotator Cuff Repair? Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD
SLAP II Lesions: Is It Worth to Treat Them? Cécilie Schroeder, MD
Biceps Over-tensioning During Tenodesis Peter Chalmers, MD
XI- PROXIMAL HUMERUS FRACTURES 
Displaced 2-Part Surgical Neck Fractures: Classification & Results of Percutaneous  IM Nailing Using a Third- Generation Nail Pascal Boileau, MD
Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty for Displaced 4-Part Fracture – Relive surgery Pascal Boileau, MD
Four-Part Proximal Humerus Fracture Fixation Using an IM Nail Designed to Capture the Tuberosities – Relive Surgery Armandios Hatzidakis, MD
Is RSA more effective than HA for the Treatment of Proximal Humerus Fractures in the Elderly? David Gallinet, MD
XII- SCAPULOTHORACIC FUSION
Scapulothoracic Fusion: Tips and Tricks – Relive Surgery Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD, PhD
Outcomes of Scapulothoracic Fusion in FSHD George Athwal, MD FRCS
Bilateral Scapulothoracic Fusion for FSHD: Function, Fusion & Respiratory Repercussion Adam Wilson, MD
Introduction –  Welcome – Methodology of the Multicenter Study Pascal Boileau, MD
My experience of Conservative Surgery for Early Glenohumeral OA in Young Patients Gilles Walch, MD
I- RESULTS OF SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY IN YOUNGER PATIENTS ACCORDING TO THE DIAGNOSIS 
Arthroplasty for Primary Osteoarthritis in Patients Younger than 60 Years Lionel Neyton, MD
Arthroplasty for Rheumatoid Arthritis in Patients Younger than 60 Years Christophe Lévigne, MD
Arthroplasty for Avascular Necrosis in Patients Younger than 60 Years Philippe Collin, MD
Arthroplasty for the Cuff-Deficient Shoulder in Patients Younger than 60 Years Luc Favard, MD
Arthroplasty  for Failure of Instability Surgery in Patients Younger than 60 Years Philippe Clavert, MD, PhD
Arthroplasty for Acute Fractures in Patients Younger than 60 Years Lauryl Decroocq, MD
Arthroplasty  for Fracture Sequelae (Operated or Not) in Patients Younger than 60 Years Mikael Chelli, MD
Shoulder Arthroplasty  for Tumors in Patients Younger than 60 Years François Sirveaux, MD
Results of Shoulder Arthroplasty : Do Diagnosis & Patient’s Age Matter? Pascal Boileau, MD
II- RESULTS OF HEMIARTHROPLASTY (HA) IN YOUNGER PATIENTS
Hemiarthroplasty in Patients Younger than 60 Years: Results of The Multicenter Study Jean-Luc Raynier, MD
Hemiarthroplasty with Biologic Resurfacing of the Glenoid for Young Patients with OA Aramndios Hatzidakis, MD
Unacceptable Failure of HA With Biological Glenoid Resurfacing Christian Gerber, MD
III- RESULTS OF SURFACE REPLACEMENT ARTHROPLASTY (SRA) IN YOUNGER PATIENTS
Surface Replacement Arthroplasty in Patients Younger than 60 Years:10 Years Results Ofer Levy, MD, FRCS
Results and Limitations of Humeral Head Resurfacing at a Mean Follow-up of 5 Years Christophe Szymanski, MD
Hemi & Total Resurfacing in Younger Patients: Results of the Multicenter Study Nicolas Bonnevialle, MD
IV- ANATOMICAL TOTAL SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY (TSA) IN YOUNGER PATIENTS
TSA in Patients Younger than 60 Years: Results of the Multicenter Study Marc-Olivier Gauci, MD
Metal-back versus All-Polyethylene Glenoid in TSA for Patients Younger than 60 years Vincent Lavoué, MD
 V- REVERSE SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY (RSA) IN YOUNGER PATIENTS – FUNCTIONAL RESULTS 
Outcomes and Complications of RSA for Irreparable RCT in Patients Younger than 60 yo Christian Gerber, MD
Primary RSA in Patients Aged 60 Years or Younger: The Mayo Experience John Sperling, MD
Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty in Patients Younger than 55 years: 2- to 12-Year Follow-up Mark Frankle, MD
RSA in Patients Younger than 60 Years: Results of the Multicenter Study Maxime Cavalier, MD
VI- RADIOGRAPHIC CHANGES AFTER ARTHROPLASTY IN YOUNGER PATIENTS & PROSTHESIS SURVIVAL 
Glenoid-Sided Radiographic Changes After Shoulder Arthroplasty in Younger Patients Daniel Molé, MD
Humeral-Sided Radiographic Changes After Shoulder Arthroplasty in Younger Patients Jean-François Gonzalez, MD
Survival of Shoulder Arthroplasty in Patients Younger than 60 Years -The Multicenter Study L.uc Favard, MD
VII- ALTERNATIVE BEARING SURFACES & DESIGNS ARTHROPLASTIES
HA with Pyrocarbone Head in Younger Patients Caroline Cointat, MD
Pyrocarbone Interposition Shoulder Arthroplasty in Younger Patients Hugo Barret, MD
Metal-on-Metal RSA in Patients Younger Than 50 Years: Is it an Option? T. Bradley Edwards, MD
Reversing Bearing Surfaces in Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty : Does it Work? Alessandro Castagna, MD
Long-term Results of Stemless Shoulder Prosthesis in Patients Younger than 60 years Philippe Teissier, MD
VIII- REVERSE SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY IN YOUNGER PATIENTS – WHAT’S NEW ON THE HUMERAL SIDE? 
What is the Best RSA Stem Angle: 135°, 145°, or 155°? George Athwal, MD, FRCSC
The influence of Neck Shaft Angle & Glenoid Lateralization on ROM in Onlay RSA Birgit Werner, MD
Humeral Lateralization: What is it? Is it Really Useful? Jean-David Werthel, MD
Medialized & Short-Stem Lateralized RSA Provided Similar Clinical Outcomes & ROM Giuseppe Porcellini, MD
IX- REVERSED SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY IN YOUNGER PATIENTS – WHAT’S NEW ON THE GLENOID SIDE? 
RSA with Eccentric Glenosphere in Patients Younger than 60 Years Philippe Collotte, MD
Concentric & Eccentric Glenospheres in Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty Peter Poon, MD
Quantitative Measurement of Osseous Pathology in Advanced Glenohumeral OA Joe Iannotti, MD
BIO-RSA in Patients Younger than 60 Years Pascal Boileau, MD
X- RSA IN YOUNGER PATIENTS – CAN WE RESTORE ACTIVE ROTATIONS AFTER RSA? 
LD transfer & RSA in Patients Younger than 60 Years Christian Gerber, MD
RSA with Tendon Transfer in Younger CLEER Patients Nathalie Pireau, MD
Can We Restore Internal Rotation after Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty? Charles Agout, MD
XI-LEVEL OF ACTIVITY AFTER SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY IN YOUNGER PATIENTS 
Young Patients Report Similar Activity Levels to Older After RSA Thomas Throckmorton, MD
Shoulder Arthroplasty in Patients Younger than 60 years: Is Return to Sports Possible? David Dines, MD
XII- THE INFECTED  SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY IN YOUNGER PATIENTS 
Diagnosis of Periprosthetic Shoulder Infection: Where are we Now? Joe Iannotti, MD, PhD
A Rapid Method for Detecting Cutibacterium Acnes in the Shoulder George Athwal, MD, FRCSC
The Infected Shoulder Arthroplasty – Results of the Multicenter Study Adrien Jacquot, MD
XIII- REVISION OF SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY IN YOUNGER PATIENTS 
Do Younger Patients Have Increased Risks of Revision Surgery After Arthroplasty? John Sperling, MD
Treatment of Proximal Humeral Bone Loss with Allograft Prosthetic Composites (APC) Mark Frankle, MD
Patient-Specic Vault Reconstruction System (VRS) for Severe Glenoid Bony Defects David Dines, MD
Deltoid Paralysis: Is RSA with Pedicled Pectoralis Transfer a Reliable Option? Bassem Elhassan, MD
Complications & Revision in Shoulder Arthroplasty in Younger Patients Guillaume Bacle, MD
CONCLUSION – What Did We Learn Today?  Pascal Boileau, MD