Recorrect Shoulder Dislocation

A dislocated shoulder occurs when the ball of your upper arm bone (humerus) is forced fully out of its normal position on the shoulder socket (glenoid labrum).
A shoulder dislocation is usually associated with extreme pain and an inability to move your arm until it is relocated back into the socket. A dislocated shoulder is an injury in which your upper arm bone pops out of the cup-shaped socket that's part of your shoulder blade. The shoulder is the body's most mobile joint, which makes it susceptible to dislocation.

Causes -

The shoulder joint is the most frequently dislocated joint of the body. Because it moves in several directions, your shoulder can dislocate forward, backward or downward, completely or partially, though most dislocations occur through the front of the shoulder.
A dislocated shoulder may be caused by:

Symptoms -

Symptoms of Shoulder Instability that can predispose you to a dislocation include:

Treatments -

The purpose of the initial treatment of a dislocated shoulder is to reduce the dislocation and return the humeral head to its normal place in the glenoid fossa. There are a variety of methods that may be used to achieve this goal.
Dislocated shoulder treatment may involve: