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What is habitual shoulder dislocation?

Description of the condition

Habitual shoulder dislocation, also known as recurrent dislocation, is the repeated dislocation of the shoulder joint. This condition can lead to constant instability of the shoulder joint.


  • Primary habitual shoulder dislocation
  • Secondary habitual shoulder dislocation


The main symptoms of habitual shoulder dislocation are painful sensation and joint instability. Patients may feel that the shoulder easily slips out of the joint.


The causes of habitual shoulder dislocation may be related to injuries, joint abnormalities, or weakness of the muscles in the shoulder area.


Diagnosis of habitual shoulder dislocation includes clinical examination, X-rays, and MRI.


Treatment may include conservative methods such as rehabilitation and muscle strengthening, as well as surgical intervention if it is necessary to restore joint stability.


Prevention includes strengthening of muscles and joints, as well as prevention of shoulder injuries.


To diagnose and treat habitual shoulder dislocation, it is necessary to consult with an orthopedic surgeon.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.