Shoulder joint instability takes place when the humerus head, located on the upper end of the upper arm is forced out from the shoulder socket. This can occur due to overuse of the joint or sudden injury. It can also happen in the absence of dislocation to people with naturally looser ligaments, or due to repetitive strain. Shoulder joint instability has a tendency to be chronic, as a dislocated shoulder is susceptible to further episodes.
Some symptoms of shoulder joint instability include:
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