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September 2020

The shoulder is the most flexible joint in the body and has a wide range of motion; it is more likely that it gets dislocated. Dislocation is one of the most common traumatic injuries to the shoulder. Dislocation means the separation of any two bones at their joining. Athletes, children and adults can dislocate their shoulders. Dislocations can occur in contact sports and daily accidents such as falls.  The first time

From throwing a baseball to waving the hand in greeting or even lifting heavy objects, you do a variety of tasks with your shoulders. However, sometimes a sudden injury or repetitive movements can damage the muscles and tendons in your shoulder and cause the rotator cuff to tear. Your shoulder joint is made up of a group of muscles and tendons called a rotator cuff that helps hold the ends of

Do you think you are all ready for your shoulder arthroscopy surgery? Maybe you know everything you need to know about your day of surgery, and that's great! But did you think about post-surgery? From the moment you wake up post-surgery and feel 100 per cent like yourself again, you are in the recovery phase. It's okay if you don't know exactly what's coming right now, but if your surgery is

Whether it's combing your hair, scratching your back, getting dressed, or only reaching for a snack in the fridge, many daily activities involve raising your hand. But people with a torn rotator cuff on their shoulder cannot perform these regular movements without pain and weakness. Shoulder injuries are common, especially among athletes who perform repetitive movements in their sport. Athletes who are affected are swimmers, tennis players, ball pitchers, and weight