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An injury that results in the humerus bone (bone in the upper arm) to pop out from the shoulder socket is called shoulder dislocation. The signs and symptoms of a dislocated arm are deformed shoulder, swelling, severe pain, numbness, and inability to move the hand. The doctor might gently manipulate the bone into the shoulder socket and immobilize the joint using a splint or sling. Surgery is needed if you have recurrent shoulder dislocations and if the surrounding nerves and blood vessels get damaged. The doctor will prescribe painkiller and muscle relaxant, and after the splint is removed, physical therapy is done.
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