The modern era of shoulder replacement began in the 1950s, but the techniques and implants we most commonly see...
Stryker ReUnion® TSA System
The Stryker ReUnion® TSA system is an option for total shoulder replacements. The ReUnion® system has an all polyethylene glenoid component that removes the possibility of wear between a polyethylene liner and metal component that could require future surgery.
It has multiple options for humeral heads with differing thickness to allow for a more tailored fit to the patient’s individual anatomy. It also has a platform for the humerus component that allows for easy transition to other options in the future should there be a need for more surgery. The glenoid component is also designed to pressure the cement placed to help ensure even more secure fixation.