Shoulder dislocation can occur if the shoulder joint moves or is forced out of its normal position. Problems associated with a dislocated shoulder include tearing of the ligaments or tendons that reinforce the joint capsule.
You may have a dislocated shoulder if your shoulder is:
Shoulder dislocation may also cause numbness, weakness, or tingling near the injury, such as in your neck or down your arm.
Your SSPT therapy for a dislocated shoulder may include:
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