Dislocated Shoulder - Bronson Healthcare

Dislocated Shoulder

Occurs from an injury in which the arm bone (Humerus) pops out of the shoulder socket. A dislocated shoulder can cause swelling, pain and the inability to move the joint. In the case of a dislocated shoulder, Bronson has doctors who can help by moving the bone back in place, applying a splint for support and protection, as well as prescribing any medication or rehabilitation if needed.

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