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Glenohumeral Joint Dislocations

Glenohumeral joint dislocations are most likely to occur in people who have already had a dislocated shoulder or are recovering from a torn rotator cuff or fracture of the glenoid.

Younger patients have also been proven to have a greater risk for glenohumeral joint dislocations due to overexertion and sports activity.

Personally, I think age has little effect in dislocation of the glenohumeral joint. It is just noticed more in young people because of their active lifestyle.

Risk, activity, and movement at all ages will determine the fate of your joint. Glenohumeral joint dislocations are a common football shoulder injury.

Glenohumeral joint dislocations often require surgery. Arthroscopic shoulder surgery is used in 95% of shoulder dislocation cases, and has proven to be highly effective.

It is performed as an outpatient procedure in most cases. General anesthesia will be used to ease pain, and the surgery will not be long. The average dislocation reset requires 3-4 hours.

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