Tips for Diagnosing Shoulder Instability and Its Direction

Tips for Diagnosing Shoulder Instability and Its Direction

Source: ICJR

Shoulder instability affects about 2% of the population, primarily as anterior shoulder instability caused by traumatic injury. Recurrent instability depends on age and activity level, with young individuals, males, and individuals who participate in contact sports at higher risk for recurrence.

Source: ICJR

Shoulder instability affects about 2% of the population, primarily as anterior shoulder instability caused by traumatic injury. Recurrent instability depends on age and activity level, with young individuals, males, and individuals who participate in contact sports at higher risk for recurrence.

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