A dislocated shoulder usually occurs from sports or a traumatic injury. Most shoulder dislocations occur from falling onto the arm, or after being struck hard
Shoulder dislocations are more common in contact athletes. A shoulder dislocation implies that the ball or humerus has slid off the socket, or the glenoid.
Shoulder injuries can be serious. How can you tell? When do you need to consider seeing a doctor after you injured your shoulder? Let's say you
What is a Shoulder Dislocation? A shoulder dislocation is present when the ball (the top of the humerus) of the shoulder is no longer in contact with the
Snapping Shoulder Shoulder snapping or popping is a very common complaint. A grinding sensation in the shoulder is even more common. The shoulder is a very