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Shoulder Instability​

Shoulder Instability​ - How to prevent?

Shoulder Instability​ - Causes and Risk Factors

  • Significant trauma to a previously normal joint, causing partial dislocation (subluxation) or dislocation of the shoulder joint, can lead to joint instability.
  • Repetitive overhead motions can cause wear and tear of the joint and stretch the capsule that surrounds the shoulder joint, inherently making the joint loose and unstable.
  • Congenital factors such as hyperlaxity syndrome can also cause a general looseness in the joint and the surrounding ligaments, tendons and muscles.

Shoulder Instability​ - Preparing for surgery

Shoulder Instability​ - Post-surgery care

Shoulder Instability​ - Other Information

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