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Shoulder Instability

more about Shoulder Instability

  • Shoulder Instability refers to a condition in which the head of the upper arm bone has a tendency to slip out of its socket.

  • Sensation of shoulder subluxation, especially when the arm is in an overhead position
  • Shoulder pain

  • Most patients with Shoulder Instability have a history of recurrent dislocation or subluxation (subluxation refers to an action that causes the head of the humerus to partially slip out of its socket).
  • Damage to shoulder muscles and ligaments often occurs with a shoulder dislocation. If the ligaments become loose and weak, the shoulder becomes unstable and has a tendency to slip out of the socket.

  • Physical therapy to strengthen the muscles and ligaments, especially the rotator cuff muscles.
  • Surgical treatment to stabilize the shoulder by repairing the damaged capsule and ligaments.

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