Chief Complaint/Injury Susan came in to our office after an acute left shoulder dislocation, which resulted in recurrent shoulder instability. Even the slightest movement caused her shoulder to painfully sublux or dislocate. She felt as if her shoulder was constantly slipping out of its socket. At 70 years old, this can be a challenging problem
Nancy came in for an evaluation at Washington Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. She had blown out her shoulder in February of 2016 and sustained a rotator cuff tear.