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Center For Shoulder & Sports Injuries | Arthrisis

Center For Shoulder & Sports Injuries | Arthrisis

Submitted by • April 23, 2018 treatmyshoulder.com

The shoulder joint is the most mobile and hence most dislocating, ball and socket joint. There are tendons (rotator cuff & biceps) inside the joint to compress the ball into the socket for stability. In addition, ligaments around the socket provide stability at the extreme range of movements like throwing which is the fastest human motion on earth. This makes shoulder prone to various injuries as well as faster wear and tear of tendons, cartilage, and bone.

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