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Have hypermobile joints. If hips are loose would exercise to strenghen hips CERTAINLY prevent dislocation? Have not had any dislocations.

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Dr. Edward Hellman
Orthopedic Surgery
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To some extent, strengthening the muscles around can provide some improvement in instability.
A person with recurrent shoulder instability responding to physical therapy is a classic example of that. There is a component that is not really responsive to exercises which is why we sometimes have to do surgery for instability.

In brief: Varies

To some extent, strengthening the muscles around can provide some improvement in instability.
A person with recurrent shoulder instability responding to physical therapy is a classic example of that. There is a component that is not really responsive to exercises which is why we sometimes have to do surgery for instability.
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