What are exercises to strengthen a loose shoulder from multiple dislocations?

Not a lot. Multiple dislocations can be caused by trauma or multi-directional instability. Traumatic dislocations tear the labrum. It this case, it is unlikely that exercise will provide long term stability of the shoulder. Arthroscopic repair may be needed. If you have generally loose joints and the shoulder seems to slide in and out, strengthening the shoulder muscles that stabilize the scapula may help.

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What sort of exercises can I do to strengthen loose shoulder from multiple dislocations?

Shoulder Specialist. http://www.theshouldercenter.com/labrum-tear-slap-lesion.htm while strengthening the shoulder with physical therapy can help as long as you are able to keep your muscles tight, it typically does not work long term because when you make a sudden movement or perform a high speed activity you can't completely keep the muscles taut to hold the ball in socket. See a shoulder specialist to discuss. Read more...

What can be done for an unstable shoulder with multiple dislocations?

Arthroscopic repair. Shoulder instability is caused by labral tears and capsular incompetence. The labral tear is usually traumatic in nature and caused by the first dislocation. The capsular stretching increases with each dislocation. Surgery repairs the torn labrum back to the glenoid or bony socket. The capsule can also be tightened to provide more stability for the shoulder joint. Read more...
Shoulder Specialist. Chronic dislocations can present with many areas of pathology including extensive labrum tearing, bone loss, rotator cuff pathology, and nerve injury. It is important to have a thorough evaluation with a shoulder specialist with a lot of experience in handling these routinely to determine the best course for you. More information here: http://www.Theshouldercenter.Com/unstable-shoulder.Htm. Read more...
Surgery. Usually surgical stabilization is required. See a sports medicine shoulder surgeon for evaluation. Read more...
Unstable Shoulder. An unstable shoulder can be treated with surgery or rehabilitation. The first thing to determine is whether or not something is torn in the shoulder causing the instability. If there has been a traumatic dislocation with tearing in the shoulder, surgery is usually needed. If the joint has inherent laxity the treatment is more often through rehabilitation with surgery as a second line treatment. Read more...

I just had arthoscopic surgery on my shoulder to fix it up after multiple dislocations and now it is itching?

Could be dermatitis . The prep solution used during surgery to prevent infection may cause skin irritation. If you have taken off your bandage, check your skin for redness or other signs of irritation. The itching may be relived with oral anti-histamine medications or topical steroid ointments. See your surgeon and have it checked out, although unlikely, it is important to rule out an infection or allergic reaction. Read more...
Itching. This is not unusual after surgery. Make sure that you are not having an allergic reaction to medication and try some Benadryl (diphenhydramine) for the itching. Read more...