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First Anterior Dislocation: Conservative Treatment

  • Robert Pełka
  • Wojciech Marek
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Abstract

This chapter summarizes what we know so far about a first anterior shoulder dislocation and what can be done after the dislocation has happened. The main focus is on conservative treatment of different age groups. All recommendations are made from existing surveys and publications concerning first dislocations.

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  • Robert Pełka
    • 1
  • Wojciech Marek
    • 1
  1. 1.NZOZ Ortopedia Opole/GłuchołazyOpolePoland

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