Rehabilitation care is often required at the first dislocation

  • to recover articular mobility if they are very limited,
  • to try to relieve pain and inflammation (decontracting massage, physiotherapy)
    to perform a work of muscle reinforcement, especially the stabilizing muscles of the
  • shoulder
  • to carry out a proprioceptive work aimed at reinforcing the reflex capacities fighting against dislocation

Most often it contributes to the recovery of physical and sports activities, in the worst case it prepares a weakened shoulder to endure an intervention