The shoulder joint is one of the most mobile joints in the body. The anatomy of the shoulder joint allows for this mobility, however, it makes it less stable. The instability may allow for the bones of the joint to come partially apart (what doctors call subluxation) or if it is more severe, the bones may come completely apart or dislocate.
This application provides an overview of this injury, including general information, assistance with pain control and a treatment approach.
Detailed information has been included on how to recover from this problem. Range of motion, strengthening and stability exercises are included in the application. A video of each exercise has been created describing each exercise in detail to help ensure proper form and technique. Over 40 exercises have been included to help promote a full recovery. This application is not meant to be a substitute for an evaluation by a healthcare professional.
Medical iRehab was designed by Randy Cohen ATC, PT, DPT and David Millward MD, MS
Randy Cohen ATC, DT, DPT
Dr. Randy Cohen is a licensed athletic trainer and licensed physical therapist. He has a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and a doctorate in Physical Therapy. He has over 20 years of college sports medicine experience. Dr. Cohen is currently the Associate Athletic Director for Medical Services at a major Division I University.
David Millward, MD, MS
Dr. David Millward is a physician and has a university based practice. He received his medical degree from the University of Ottawa, in Ottawa, Canada. He did his residency at the University of Arizona in Family Medicine and is board-certified by the Academy of Family Practitioners. In addition, he completed a fellowship in sports medicine at the University of Arizona. Dr. Millward specializes in primary care and sports medicine. He is an assistant team physician for a major Division I University. He has a master’s degree in Epidemiology from Michigan State University and has several active research projects.