Recover Strong: Your Guide to Shoulder Rehabilitation After Dislocation
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Recover Strong: Your Guide to Shoulder Rehabilitation After Dislocation

by Margie Olds

Recover Strong: Your Guide to Shoulder Rehabilitation After Dislocation

Welcome to "Recover Strong," a comprehensive guide to shoulder rehabilitation after dislocation. In this eBook, written by Dr. Margie Olds - a leading expert in the field of shoulder rehabilitation - you will find valuable insights and techniques to help you recover and regain strength in your shoulder.

Understanding Anterior Shoulder Dislocation:

 Anterior shoulder dislocation is a common injury that can occur due to trauma or repetitive motion. In this section, we will explore what exactly anterior shoulder dislocation is, its common causes and symptoms, and why proper rehabilitation is crucial for a successful recovery. Understanding what happened to your shoulder can help your recovery, as you learn some shoulder anatomy and what can happen when you shoulder is out of its socket. Some people have damage to the bones in the socket, and research would suggest that bony damage, increases the risk of further episodes of shoulder instability (Olds et al., 2019).

Recover strong from shoulder injury

The Science of Rehabilitation:

Dr. Margie Olds has extensively researched the science of shoulder rehabilitation and regularly teaches physiotherapists on courses and presents at international conferences. In this section, we have included a short video that shows Margie with a patient helping to rehabilitate their shoulder. This is one of the videos shown in the ebook and can help patients and therapists alike, learn new techniques to maximise the results for patients with shoulder instability

Section 3: The Road to Recovery:

To help you on your journey to recovery, we have written an ebook that outline a step-by-step rehabilitation plan. This plan includes a series of exercises and techniques specifically designed for subscapularis and posterior cuff activation. Additionally, we will emphasize the importance of gradually increasing the intensity and load to prepare for sports activities and daily life.

Expert Advice from Dr. Margie Olds:

Dr. Margie Olds brings her vast expertise to this eBook. In this section, we will share some valuable insights and tips directly from Dr. Olds, based on her years of experience and research. Be sure not to miss these expert recommendations, as they can greatly enhance your recovery process. Additionally, if you would like to book a one-to-one session with Dr Margie Olds, you can do this here on this link below. This sessions are conducted online, and your current therapist can join the session too if you would like. FIND OUT MORE HERE


How to Get Your Copy:

To get your hands on the "Recover Strong" eBook, click here. Don't miss out on this valuable resource that will guide you towards a full recovery and strength in your shoulder.


In conclusion, shoulder rehabilitation after dislocation is not only vital for your overall health and well-being, but it is also crucial for restoring functionality, regaining confidence and preventing future injuries. With the expert guidance provided by Dr. Margie Olds in the "Recover Strong" eBook, you have everything you need to embark on a successful shoulder rehabilitation journey. Take action now and reclaim the strength in your shoulder.

Author Bio:

Dr. Margie Olds is a renowned expert in the field of shoulder rehabilitation, with extensive experience in treating anterior shoulder instability. With a strong focus on evidence-based practice, Dr. Olds has published numerous studies and articles on the topic. Her passion for helping patients recover and regain strength is evident in every aspect of the "Recover Strong" eBook.


  1. Olds, M., Ellis, R., Parmar, P. and Kersten, P. (2020). The immediate and subsequent impact of a first-time traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation in people aged 16-40: Results from a national cohort study. Shoulder & Elbow. DOI:
  2. Olds, M., Ellis, R., Parmar, P. and Kersten, P. (2019). Who will redislocate

    his/her shoulder? Predicting recurrent instability following a first traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation. BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine, DOI:  [Open Access]

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