Flawless Motion News – Tagged "direction of shoulder instability"


Flawless Motion News — direction of shoulder instability

How long does it take to recover from a dislocated shoulder?

Posted by Margie Olds on

The time frame for recovery from a shoulder dislocation is really determined by the damage that is caused during a dislocation. In some case the amount of pathology is minimal. Then return to sport can happen within a few weeks. To learn more about the damage that can occur when a shoulder is dislocated, check out our blog here.

Typically, if there is minimal damage to the shoulder, a person can return to sport within a few weeks. This is usually how long it takes for the swelling to settle and for them to regain range of motion and strength.

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Anterior, Posterior & Multi-directional shoulder instability

Posted by Margie Olds on

What is the difference between anterior, posterior and multi-directional shoulder instability? Watch the video below, as Margie explains the difference between the different types of shoulder instability, and how each Flawless Motion Shoulder brace is designed to help anterior, posterior, and multi-directional instability

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