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Shoulder instability

SIR,i am a athlete(boxer),i have subluxation in my left shoulder for last 1 month my left shoulder is drops little when i leave arm free and i feel clicking while rotating my shoulder ,do i need a surgery or this subluxation problem can cure by Physiotherapy.
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Dr. Chirag Dalal Mumbai | Orthopedic Surgeon
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Hi. To decide if Physiotherapy can help or you need surgery you need to get mri done. Based on the findings one can decide if you need surgery or just Physiotherapy.
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The way you describe it is a recurrent dislocation, the younger you are the more is the chance of it continuing to be the same. You will require a orthopaedic surgeon opinion. You will benefit from an MR arthrogram, which will define the pathology.
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Recurrent dislocation will cause repeated damage to the cartilage, avoid them
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Dr. Aneeta Verma Delhi | Physiotherapist
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Agree to Dr Devananad , Physiotherapy can help you , kinesio taping technique can help along with strengthening exercises.
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani Noida | Physiotherapist
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Hot Fomentation. Gentle Shoulder Stretching. Core Strengthening Exercises. Gentle Neck Exercises. Avoid sleeping on affected side.. Warm up and cool down is a must. Hot fomentation.
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Dr. Devanand D. More Mumbai | Orthopedic Surgeon
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You didn't specify any history of shoulder dislocation or recurrent dislocation As per your history try doing physiotherapy with strengthening exercises for stabilisation If your symptoms persist you will require to get a MRI done which will identify the cause and depending upon which an Orthopaedic surgeon will guide you further
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