What Causes Shoulder Dislocation?

Typical Causes of Shoulder Dislocation  Shoulder dislocation

Shoulder dislocation can be caused by a fall, by an unexpected wrenching of the arm or by any repetitive forceful movement.

Shoulder Dislocation Treatment

If you are unlucky enough to dislocate your shoulder, it is unlikely you will be able move your arm.

You need to have the shoulder relocated as soon as possible.

You should go to hospital where you may be given an anesthetic or other medication before the shoulder is relocated.

Once the shoulder is relocated you should let it rest, and use ice, heat and any medication prescribed by your doctor.

Shoulder dislocation is different from shoulder separation.

In shoulder separation, the injury occurs between the scapula and the clavicle (collar bone). The injury is to the Acromioclavicular joint (which is the joint between the acromion process of the scapula and the collar bone).

So the term shoulder dislocation and separation should not be used synonymously.

With shoulder dislocation you must get proper medical treatment.

Once your recovery is underway you will probably be advised to rehabilitate and strengthen your shoulder.

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