Biceps tenodesis involves detaching the LHB from the superior labrum in the shoulder joint and reattaching it to the humerus. This procedure is more complex than a tenotomy, but avoids the risks of biceps deformity and weakness. Tenodesis is preferable for more active patients. Using the newest surgical techniques and implants allows the patient to begin shoulder motion sooner after surgery.
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