A shoulder dislocation can be a painful and unsettling experience, affecting not only your physical well-being but also your confidence in your body's movements. If you've recently experienced a shoulder dislocation or have a history of recurring dislocations, you're not alone, and there is hope for relief and recovery. Welcome to Oklahoma Shoulder Center PLLC, where our team of experts is dedicated to helping you regain your shoulder's strength, stability, and range of motion.
Shoulder dislocations occur when the upper arm bone (humerus) pops out of the shoulder socket (glenoid). Whether caused by a traumatic event or underlying shoulder instability, dislocations can disrupt your daily life and limit your activities. Our experienced specialists at Oklahoma Shoulder Center PLLC are skilled in diagnosing and treating shoulder dislocations, tailoring treatment plans to your specific needs. We utilize advanced diagnostic tools and imaging to assess the extent of the injury, allowing us to provide you with the most effective and individualized care.
Our primary focus is on restoring your shoulder's function and preventing future dislocations. Treatment options may include conservative approaches like physical therapy and rehabilitation, or surgical intervention for severe cases. Regardless of the treatment path chosen, our compassionate team is committed to providing you with comprehensive care, guiding you through each step of the recovery process, and helping you regain not only mobility but also the confidence to live your life to the fullest.
Shoulder dislocations can be challenging, but they are not insurmountable. At Oklahoma Shoulder Center PLLC, we're here to offer you a supportive and expert approach to shoulder care. Your journey to regaining shoulder stability and confidence begins with us. We understand the importance of a pain-free and mobile shoulder in your daily life, and our team is dedicated to helping you achieve that goal. Don't let a shoulder dislocation hold you back; let us be your partner in restoring your shoulder's strength and function.
By Oklahoma Shoulder Center PLLC
May 17, 2023