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Degenerative rotator cuff disease progression

Degenerative rotator cuff disease progression

Learn from the Masters in Shoulder

20 Sep 2023

17:00 CET ~ 60 mins

Registration fee: Free

For this session in the Series "Learn from the Masters in Shoulder" , we have the pleasure of inviting Dr. Jay Keener, who will present, “Degenerative rotator cuff disease progression"

The presentations will be followed by an interactive Q&A session where you are encouraged to participate with your questions and comments.

Moderator: Dr. Alexandre Lädermann.

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17:00 – 17:05 CET Introduction to the topic and presentation of the guest speaker by Dr. Alexander Lädermann

17:05 – 17:30 CET Live presentation given by Dr. Jay Keener

17:30 – 18:00 CET Discussion and Q&A session moderated by Dr. Alexander Lädermann


Dr. Jay D. Keener
Dr. Jay D. Keener

Dr. Keener is a Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Washington University. He is currently the Chief of Service and Fellowship Director for Shoulder and Elbow Service, Washington University, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. He has served as faculty at Washington University for 14 years. Dr. Keener has a strong clinical interest in shoulder instability, fracture management, rotator cuff disorders, shoulder arthritic conditions and all pathologies related to the elbow. Dr. Keener completed the European American Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship in 2011. The focus of his research relates to the natural history of degenerative rotator cuff disease and clinical outcomes for rotator cuff and shoulder arthroplasty surgeries. In 2014 Dr. Keener, along with Drs. Yamaguchi and Teefey, received the Kappa Delta Ann Doner Vaughan Award for their collaborative efforts in research related to rotator cuff disease. Dr. Keener is actively involved in resident and fellowship education and has received numerous awards related to his teaching efforts.


Dr. Alexandre Lädermann
Dr. Alexandre Lädermann

Together with his team, PD Dr. Alexandre LÄDERMANN treats traumatic and nontraumatic pathologies of the shoulder and the elbow. He is the President of Swiss Shoulder Society (Expertengruppe Schulter und Ellbogen (Swiss Orthopaedics)) and the President of the Congress of the European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (SECEC/ESSSE) and Editor of the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Arthroplasty. Driven by his will to develop new medical techniques to improve his patients' recovery, Dr LÄDERMANN is at the heart of intense scientific activity. This has led him to create the Foundation for Research and Teaching in Orthopedic Surgery (FORE) of which he is also President.