Shoulder dislocation

Welcome to our Shoulder Dislocation Center, where compassionate care meets expertise on the journey to shoulder health and stability. At our specialized facility, we understand the challenges and discomfort that shoulder dislocations can bring, and our dedicated team of healthcare professionals is committed to providing comprehensive and personalized care tailored to your unique needs.

Our approach to shoulder dislocation is centered on understanding the specific circumstances of each individual. We prioritize thorough assessments, open communication, and collaborative decision-making to craft personalized treatment plans. From conservative measures to surgical interventions, our team is dedicated to finding the most effective and efficient solutions tailored to your shoulder dislocation.

We believe in empowering you with knowledge about shoulder dislocations, treatment options, and preventive measures. This enables you to actively participate in your care and make informed decisions that align with your health goals.

Welcome to Dr. Pratik Dhabalia’s Shoulder Dislocation Center, where expertise meets compassion in the pursuit of restoring stability and health to your shoulders. Dr. Pratik Dhabalia, a distinguished specialist in shoulder health, leads our center with a commitment to providing personalized and comprehensive care for individuals navigating the challenges of shoulder dislocations.

Dr. Pratik Dhabalia and his team of dedicated healthcare professionals are equipped with cutting-edge diagnostics and treatments to address a spectrum of shoulder dislocation issues. Whether you’re dealing with an acute dislocation or managing recurrent episodes, our goal is to provide effective solutions that enhance shoulder stability and function. Dr. Pratik Dhabalia prioritizes thorough assessments, open communication, and collaborative decision-making to create personalized treatment plans.


What is a shoulder dislocation?

A shoulder dislocation occurs when the upper arm bone (humerus) pops out of the shoulder socket (glenoid). It often results from a traumatic injury.

What are the common causes of shoulder dislocations?

Traumatic events, such as falls, sports injuries, or accidents, are common causes of shoulder dislocations.

How do I know if my shoulder is dislocated?

Symptoms include intense pain, swelling, visible deformity, and difficulty moving the arm. Seeking immediate medical attention is crucial.

Can a shoulder dislocation be treated without surgery?

In some cases, yes. Initial treatment may involve relocating the shoulder (closed reduction) and subsequent rehabilitation. However, surgical intervention may be necessary for recurrent dislocations or certain fractures.

What is the recovery time after a shoulder dislocation?

Recovery time varies depending on the severity of the dislocation and the chosen treatment. Rehabilitation typically plays a crucial role in restoring strength and stability.

Can shoulder dislocations lead to long-term complications?

Yes, untreated or recurrent shoulder dislocations may lead to chronic instability, increasing the risk of future dislocations and shoulder issues.

Are there exercises to prevent recurrent shoulder dislocations?

Yes, targeted exercises prescribed by a healthcare professional can help strengthen the shoulder muscles, reducing the risk of recurrence.

When is surgery recommended for shoulder dislocations?

Surgery may be recommended for cases of recurrent dislocations, fractures, or significant ligament damage that doesn’t respond to conservative measures.

Can shoulder dislocations be prevented?

While some dislocations result from accidents, engaging in shoulder-strengthening exercises, proper warm-up before activities, and avoiding risky behaviors can help prevent some occurrences.