Dislocated Shoulder Directory
A dislocated shoulder occurs when the arm bone pops out of the shoulder socket, usually due to a fall or trauma. This injury is common in football, hockey, rugby, soccer, skiing, and other sports. If you have a dislocated shoulder, see your doctor immediately. He or she can correct the dislocation. Afterward, you will be given instructions for home care, such as ice therapy, using a sling, and taking pain relievers. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about dislocated shoulders including symptoms, causes, treatments, and prevention.
Shoulder Separation Treatment
WebMD explains first aid steps for treating a shoulder injury.
Dislocated Shoulder & Separated Shoulder
WebMD explains the difference between a dislocated shoulder and a separated shoulder. Learn more about their symptoms, and how they are diagnosed and treated.
Shoulder Dislocation Treatment
WebMD walks you through first aid steps for a dislocated shoulder.
Neck Pain and Shoulder Pain - WebMD
The experts at WebMD explain the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of neck and shoulder pain.