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.