Nonoperative Management of Posterior Shoulder Instability: Survival Analysis and Predictors for Conversion to Surgery at 1-13 Years After Diagnosis

      Among patients treated non-operatively for 1 year following a diagnosis of posterior shoulder instability (PSI), little is known about the incidence of surgery between 1-13 years after injury. The purpose of this study is to define the frequency and evaluate the factors predictive for late surgical intervention of symptomatic PSI.
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