Re: recurrent dislocated shoulder issue

Can you shed some light on whether the shoulder is migrating to a position that makes it more likely to pop out of place and dislocate? In other words, I am trying to understand what precedes a dislcolation inasmuch as months can go by between episodes. Help understanding this is appreciated.

Posted By keith long on October 09, 2008 at 11:53:14:

In Reply to: recurrent dislocated shoulder issue posted by keith on September 28, 2008 at 17:48:40:

The stabilizing ankle support features no-stretch nylon figure 8 straps which lock the calcaneus into place to help control abnormal eversion and inversion.

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