DAVE WATTS, MD
Shoulder dislocation is one of the most painful shoulder conditions a patient may have to bear. Shoulder dislocation results because of the shoulder joint-jolting out of the socket. Most of the shoulder dislocation injuries occur due to sports related activities.
Symptoms of Shoulder Dislocation
The patient is the feeling of numbness or tingling.
There is swelling and bruising of the shoulder.
The injured patient’s loss of shoulder mobility.
The patient feels extreme pain in the affected shoulder’s area.
Treatment of Shoulder Dislocation
The doctor may physically relocate the shoulder back to its original position by placing the ball back into the socket without requiring the patient to undergo surgery.
Sometimes, surgery becomes necessary if shoulder dislocation is not occurring for the first time. The surgery tightens or repairs the ligaments.