Is a labral tear caused by a dislocated shoulder on a fall 95% curable with physical therapy?

No. The tear will not heal but pt may keep it asymptomatic and prevent further dislocations. If pain or disfunction persists arthorscopic surgery is an option.

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Could physical therapy for a dislocated shoulder replace surgery?

Very possible. A first time dislocation in absence of broken bone or rotator cuff tear may not require surgery especially in slightly older patient. This is much less likely to become a recurrent problem in an older patient as opposed to the high school or college aged patient. Thus physical therapy to restore motion and strength may be all that is needed. Read more...
Yes. Physical therapy can absolutely treat the problem but depends on whatever else may be wrong such as a rotator cuff tear, or a fracture. Is this a first time dislocation? What kind of work do u do? Did you have to have the shoulder put back in place in the hospital? Read more...

What are the results of a dislocated shoulder and what to do for physiotherapy?

The first line of. Treatment should be evaluation by a sports medicine doc or orthopaedist. Dislocation can often just be subluxation and can be easily treated with physical therapy. If your shoulder is trly coming out of joint to the point where it has to be physically reduced back into place, therapy wont help and you are likely going to require a ahoulder stabilization procedure, either arthroscopic or open. Read more...

What are the effects of a dislocated shoulder and what to do for physiotherapy?

Dislocated shoulder. Effects of a dislocated shoulder are that you have torn the capsular ligaments surrounding the shoulder and these need to heal first once reduced, and followed by an orthopedist. If after healing there is any instability you may need an MRI and possible arthrocopic shoulder surgery. Read more...

What physical therapy exercises should I do after a shoulder dislocation?

Before beginning ... Before beginning rehab for a shoulder dislocation, you should be evaluated (minimum of exam and x-rays by a qualified physician) to rule out injuries, such as a fracture, that require early surgical intervention. If cleared, a rehab program, including scapulothoracic stabilization and balanced rotator cuff strengthening, under the guidance of a pt or atc may be safely instituted and progressed. Read more...
Rotator cuff/scapula. Rotaor cuff strengthening and scapular stabilizing exercises are considered important aspects of any graduated shoulder rehabilitation program. Your physical therapist and treating physician will likely have a standardized protocol that they would like for you to follow. Read more...

Shoulder dislocation physical therapy any tips?

Strengthening. You should really focus on strengthening your rotator cuff muscles. Make sure you do this with a physical therapist to make sure your are doing it correctly and not increasing your risk of a repeat shoulder dislocation. Read more...