The Birmingham Biceps technique for subpectoral tenodesis was developed in conjunction with Drs. Lyle Cain, Jeff Dugas and Benton Emblom from the Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Center.

The technique was designed to minimize the potential for postoperative humeral fractures by placing a small 5.5 mm PEEK SwiveLock® tenodesis implant near the top of the pectoralis at a newly defined anatomical landmark, the Pallium Pectoralis. The Pallium Pectoralis is a fascial sleeve that connects from the top of the pec to the medial border of the humerus approximately 2 cm distal to the transverse humeral ligament at the metaphyseal-diaphyseal junction. All implants and disposable instrumentation required for this procedure are conveniently available in the Birmingham Biceps implant system.

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