Shoulder instability is extremely common and often not recognized. This week Dr. B and Eric will discuss the symptoms, the obvious painful dislocation and some of the more subtle signs and symptoms of instability that are often not recognized.
In Part 1, Dr. B starts the session with a brief presentation to teach the general principles of joint stability, why it happens and what you can do about it. Surgical and nonsurgical approaches to stabilizing the shoulder will be reviewed.
In Part 2, Eric and Dr. B answer a number of questions that were previously submitted that deal with shoulder instability.