In shoulder dislocation, head of the humerus is out of the joint.
Types of dislocation – 4 types
1.Anterior (most common)
2.Posterior (seen in individuals after electric shock, seizures)
Post reduction rehabilitation
Complication of Shoulder dislocation –
Bankart lesion –
A Bankart lesion is seen on the glenoid labrum. It is an injury over the anterio inferior labrum of the glenoid cavity. It is the protection in front of the shoulder joint which gets damaged and results in shoulder dislocation.
A bankart lesion can also be bony,( Bony Bankart) means a small piece of bone in the glenoid gets fractured and results in dislocation( Anterior – inferior glenoid bone)
Hill Sachs lesion – Is the defect seen over the posterior ( back) aspect of the humeral head during the dislocation.