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Shoulder dislocted proble

Dear Sir, My left hand shoulder dislocated aprox 3 times in my life . what is the permanent solutions for my shoulder Pls expline . my age 28 years .
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Pankaj Agrawal Ahmedabad | Orthopedic Surgeon
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Dear friend .shoulder dislocation is a quite common phenomenon in young active persons. It is due to labral injury after 1st dislocation.your protective covering around the shoulder is torn.please consult any shoulder expert in your area.it is a completely curable condition.people return to bowling and other competitive sports after surgery.you will become alright.this us done now with arthroscopy without opening the shoulder joint.stay is only 24 hours in hospital..safe and successful surgery. I recommend any person having more than 1 dislocation should get it repaired otherwise joint will get damaged. Hope yourr early recovery. Regards dr pankaj agrawal shoulder knee and joints surgeon ahmedabad
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Rupalini Sastry (P.T.) Bangalore | Physiotherapist
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Hello.
There may be no cause for concern. However to be on a safer side you can visit a shoulder specialist (Ortho) for a better evaluation if there is need for surgery. Alternatively and after evaluation you can visit your physio (shoulder specialist) to get started on a rehab program. Continue proper rehab for complete recovery and ensure dislocations don't happen again.
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Dr. Chethan R S Bangalore | General Physician
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Hi.... Chronic shoulder instability is often first treated with nonsurgical options. If these options do not relieve the pain and instability, surgery may be needed..... Surgery is often necessary to repair torn or stretched ligaments so that they are better able to hold the shoulder joint in place.... Consult Orthopedician for further advice....
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