Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy

Physiotherapy for Shoulder Dislocation, Shoulder Dislocation Treatment, Shoulder Dislocal Physiotherapy

Did you know that our shoulders are the most active parts of the body?

It is true!

Our shoulder is said to be a mobile joint that is frequently used for various activities. Be it writing or cycling, our shoulders are always actively involved in almost all the activities, which, therefore, makes it more susceptible to injury or even dislocation.

Like the rest of the body, our shoulder comprises bones, joints, ligaments, and other tissues. Out of these bones and ligaments hold our shoulder into a stable form. But because of it being constantly in motion, there are chances of the bone skidding away from a little and thereby, Causing Dislocation.

Before we rush into the repercussions of a Shoulder Dislocation, let us briefly discuss our shoulder itself;

Bones present in our shoulder

Let’s begin with an analogy, imagine a lemon carefully and precisely placed on a rounded spoon. Both these objects are held together by gravity and the lemon has a chance of slipping off easily unless the balance is maintained or if we hold them together by an external force.

The upper arm bone or the humerus is attached to the shoulder, through a connection similar to that of a lemon and a spoon. The ball or the head of the humerus fits into the groove of the shoulder bone, joined together by the ligaments to form the connection between our arm and the shoulder.

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Shoulder Dislocation

Since we make use of our shoulder in most of the bodily movements and activities, the humerus is susceptible to slip out of the groove of the shoulder bone. This detachment is what we term as shoulder dislocation. Although the two bones are attached through a strong ligament called the rotator cuff, with too much movement of the bones, the tissue is prone to get injured and give way for shoulder dislocation.

The symptoms of shoulder dislocation are pain, swelling, physical deformity, difficulty in movement of the arm and shoulder.

Shoulders are susceptible to getting dislocated but even so, the cases of shoulder dislocation are few and it is a rare form of dislocation. The shoulder dislocation, like other dislocation, heals itself and reattaches the two bones on its own.

Even though the dislocation recovers on its own, there are treatments to help the individual get through the recovery process and also to pace up the duration for recovery.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is one of the treatments for shoulder dislocation. A dislocation in the shoulder can make it extremely difficult for free movement of the arm and the shoulder, even after recovery. This is treated by physiotherapy.

We at Theracure, help you in attaining the mobile movement of the shoulder and the arm during the recovery time and even after it. We devise a set of exercises and other techniques such as stretching or massages, which assist your arm in regaining its movement and also significantly speed up the recovery process.

With our expertise, you will be able to be back to normal in no time and be able to move your shoulder freely, without worrying about anything.

At TheraCure, our Scope of Physiotherapy conditions

  • Muscle strength and muscle length evaluation & quantification
  • Recommending remedial exercises
  • Physical treatment by electrotherapy modalities like diathermy, ultrasonic therapy, contrast bath, cryotherapy, hydrocollator, trans-electric muscle stimulation, also different therapeutic exercises by machines
  • Applying manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation of soft tissue techniques etc.
  • Myo-fascial release massage to lengthen tight/ contracted tissues.
  • Make an exercise folder for the client to take home.
  • Aid in-home evaluation to make the environment barrier-free and accessible.
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