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Significant contemporary advances have permitted a more comprehensive understanding and development of some
interesting concepts about the shoulder instability. The clinical syndrome of shoulder instability represents a wide
spectrum of symptoms and signs which may produce various levels of dysfunction, from slight Subluxation to gross
joint instability. The occurrence and reoccurrence of the joint instability may be due to age, forceful collision, falling on
an outstretched arm or a sudden wrenching movement. Dislocation of the shoulder is a common and often disabling
injury which is more common in athletes. Depending upon the state of the instability either exercise can be rec-
ommended or a surgery can be performed.