The shoulder is a ball and socket joint where the ball is the upper arm (head of the humerus) and the glenoid cavity of the shoulder blade (scapula) works like a socket. The dislocation happens when the ball or head of the shoulder slips from its socket. The dislocation happens majorly at the shoulder and is the cause of severe pain in the shoulder. The dislocation can also cause other injuries too. Many cases of shoulder joint dislocations associated with fracture.
Repositioning of the shoulder joint to its original position immediately relieves pain.
Physiotherapy: When the shoulder joint is healed and shoulder support is removed then gradually physiotherapy exercises are required to regain the range of motion of the shoulder joint as it is the most movable joint, Strengthening exercises of the shoulder muscles will stabilize the joint and support the joint.