Our expert says:
Orthopaedic Specialist Forum
What you experienced was a shoulder subluxation, the shoulder went partly out and back in. In a situation like that there is often damage to the labrum and ligaments stabilising the head of the humerus. You may read more on this subject in our website www.shoulderinstitute.co.za and look at "Shoulder Instability". A GP will not be able to help you , you will have to see an orthopedic specialist with some knowledge of shoulder problems.
It is not too late to have it seen to
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