Shoulder Dislocation befalls when the round ball at the top of the upper arm bowl or humerus leaves the socket in the scapula.
This means the humerus gets out of position where the ball & the socket gets separated.
Moreover, there is a chance of injury to the tissue that holds the bone.
Hence, the cartilage that covers & protects the bones can get teared. Although the partially dislocated shoulder means that only the upper arm bone is out of the socket.
Moving on to next, let’s get a deep analysis of why the shoulder gets dislocated & who is more likely to get affected? Continue reading “Shoulder Dislocation Types & Treatments”