Dislocated shoulder treatment in Hyderabad

overview

symptom

The reasons

The shoulder joint is the most commonly dislocated joint in the body. Because your shoulder moves in multiple directions, it can shift all or part of the front, back, or down, although most of the offsets occur from the front of the shoulder. In addition, the fibrous tissue that connects the bones in your shoulder can be stretched or torn, often making it difficult to dislocate.

It takes a strong force, like a sudden blow on the shoulder, to pull the bones out. Extreme rotation of your shoulder joint can cause the kneecap of your arm bone to pop out of your socket. Partial dislocation – where the bone in your arm is partly in and partly out of your socket – can also occur.

Risk factors

Males in their teens and twenties, a group who tend to be physically active, are most at risk of shoulder dislocations.

Complications

Complications of a dislocated shoulder can include:

Tearing of the muscles, ligaments, and tendons that strengthen the shoulder joint
Damage to nerves or blood vessels in or around the shoulder joint
Shoulder instability, especially if you have a severe or repeated dislocation, which makes you more likely to injure yourself again.

prevention

How to prevent shoulder dislocation:

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