Bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation occurs mainly due to trauma to the shoulders in the extension, abduction and external rotation positions (2, 20, 25), which is exactly the same injury mechanism as our reported case. But everytime i do any reps involving any shoulder movement (benching, flys, shoulder press) you bet your black ass i stretch both shoulders from the top, bottom and side really just make sure you can get the whole range of motion in without a hickup before putting the weights on.
Bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation with symmetrical greater tuberosity fracture following seizure ashish suryavanshi , amber mittal , present a very rare case of bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation with symmetrical displaced greater weight lifting horse rider trauma/fall domestic assault. 1966 reported 24 cases of bilateral anterior shoulder dislocations of which 18 were simple dislocations15 after an ex tns iv a rch of l - at u rew fo n d41 pbli sh since 1973 with 46 cases of simple bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation, which is the first of its kind and largest review ever of this rare injury in the orthopaedic literature (table i.
There are other subreddits better suited to those just interested in staying fit or building a beach body or lifting weights i took a few months off of lifting due to a shoulder injury and busy semester i'm asking about personal experiences of lifting after a shoulder dislocation i plan on asking my doctor plenty of questions on. Lifting after a shoulder dislocation (selfbodybuilding) to those of you who have had a shoulder dislocation, how has it affected your lifting i'm super bummed out that i may never be able to lift the same again id wait til after the therapy before putting any serious weight on that but yeah just keep it loose and warm before any. If you leave a dislocation untreated, it could damage your ligaments, nerves, or blood vessels of the arm and shoulder a separated shoulder or dislocated shoulder will cause severe shoulder pain and a feeling of unsteadiness in the shoulder along with swelling, numbness, and bruising.
Request pdf on researchgate | bilateral anterior glenohumeral dislocation in a weightlifter | a case of bilateral anterior dislocation of the shoulder joint is described the patient was a recreational weight lifter who sustained the injury while performing the 'pull-over' bench movement using free weights.
Anterior fullness was present, but luckily, the patient did not suffer from any neurological or vascular injuries further examinations showed a bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation but no fracture the young man was a 22-year-old, right-handed accountant, who had 3 years of weight training experience.