I am 30 years old. I met with an accident some nine years ago which resulted in a chip fracture of the left shoulder acromion. After nine months, I had a shoulder dislocation in the same shoulder which was corrected by a bone setter at home. Recently, the same shoulder again got dislocated while sleeping which was corrected again by a bone setter at home. Below are the conclusions from the MRI report: Avulsion of the anterior glenoid from the glenoid margin in the anteroinferior position suggestive of a Bankart lesion. Concave deformity of the posterosuperior lateral aspect of the humeral head with underlying marrow edema suggestive of a Hill-Sachs lesion. Subchondral cyst in the greater tuberosity beneath the attachment of the supraspinatus tendon. Please advise me on the above. Also, please advise if any shoulder braces or supports are available in the market which can help avoid further dislocations. Thanks a lot for the assistance.
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