Shoulder manipulation for Shoulder dislocation

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  • framistat Shoulder dislocation

    • Age 55+
    • Female
    • 149 lbs
    • 5' 9"
    • Rochester, NY
    21
    Oct2016
    • Injury Status Recovering
    • Physical activity per week 4-8 hours
    • Chronicity 0 - 6 Months
    • Repeat injury? Yes

    Treatment Ratings

      Improved
      Shoulder manipulation

    Rt shoulder dislocation with humeral compression fracture, falling on concrete. 10 K-Laser treatments by chiro greatly reduced pain and sped healing, passive movement somewhat increased ROM. 8 acupuncture treatments let scapula move and arm swing almost normally while walking, helped free left back/hip (quadratus lumborum, glutes) which had tightened to try to prevent fall. 5 massage therapy treatments addressed trigger points. Using CBD oil spray, turmeric, cat's claw, white willow bark, cod liver and krill oil to decrease inflammation and pain. Next will try Chinese martial arts remedies (dit da jow, 701 plaster, san huang san) per book A Tooth from the Tiger's Mouth. Limited to active and passive ROM and isometrics by orthopedist. Tried PT but too painful and distressing, no evidence. Own research indicates axillary nerve most likely damaged, deltoid not firing, cannot lift arm away from body. Will take time for nerve to recover. Hint: ultrasound cheaper than MRI.


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  • manlycure Shoulder dislocation

    • Age 35-54
    • Male
    • 160 lbs
    29
    Oct2015
    • Physical activity per week 4-8 hours
    • Chronicity 6-18 Months
    • Repeat injury? No

    Treatment Ratings

      Almost Cured
      Shoulder manipulation

    Fell during snowboarding, resulted in left dislocated shoulder. Taken by ambulance to hospital after receiving a Morphine shot. At the hospital, taken an X-ray where a chipped bone was identified. Received a Versed shot to allow for the doc to manipulate the shoulder back into place. The injury included a stretched back deltoid nerve that rendered the back deltoid muscle nonoperational for a period of 4 months following the injury. Physical therapy administered for a period of 3 months following injury. Recovery took about a year where the shoulder felt normal, except for sensitivity to weather changes that lasted for a couple of years afterwards.


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  • 24
    Oct2016

    Treatment Ratings

      Cured
      Physical Therapy
      Almost Cured
      Shoulder manipulation

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  • 09
    Mar2016

    Treatment Ratings

      Cured
      Shoulder manipulation

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  • Anonymous Shoulder dislocation

    • Age 18-34
    • Male
    • 188 lbs
    11
    Dec2015
    • Physical activity per week 4-8 hours
    • Chronicity 0 - 6 Months
    • Repeat injury? No

    Treatment Ratings

      Cured
      Physical Therapy
      Almost Cured
      Surgery, Sling/Immobilization
      Improved
      Shoulder manipulation

    Dislocated it and damaged my humerus.


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