A new approach – REGENETEN Bioinductive Implant
Until now, surgeons have focused on addressing the mechanics of the shoulder when repairing a rotator cuff injury, but had limited options to address the biology of healing. Traditional rotator cuff repair procedures involve suturing tendon to bone are associated with potentially long rehabilitation and substantial lifestyle interruption. As a result, many people choose to forego surgery until their pain is severe and everyday tasks are affected. However, as rotator cuff disease progresses, it can become increasingly difficult for your surgeon to repair and small tears can grow in severity and size over time 4,5,6.