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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Are there any dislocated shoulder exercises I can do?


    If you have dislocated your shoulder after an accident, you’ll know that the rehabilitation period can take from three to four months. In order to strengthen your shoulder and help it to heal, carrying out dislocated shoulder exercises will normally be recommended by your doctor or physiotherapist. These can also help to reduce the risk of you dislocating your shoulder again in future. Dislocated shoulder exercises should be carried out whilst you are healing after your accident, and it’s during this time that you may also wish to think about making a personal injury claim, if somebody else caused your accident.

    What can dislocated shoulder exercises actually do?

    Carrying out shoulder rotations and isometric shoulder exercises help your shoulder joint to heal more quickly, especially if you have damaged tissues surrounding the shoulder blade. These types of exercises are also beneficial for reducing pain, which could mean taking fewer painkillers or not needing to take them at all. Keeping your shoulder mobile will help it to heal, so you could be back at work sooner if you ensure you carry out your exercises on a daily basis or as often as recommended to you by your doctor or physiotherapist.

    A dislocated shoulder is a fairly common injury to experience after a fall, but it is a painful one that can take time to heal. So if your accident was caused by somebody else, you could make a claim for compensation for your pain, suffering and any financial losses you have experienced as a result of your accident.

    Will I have to go to court for dislocated shoulder compensation?

    Whether you have dislocated your shoulder after a fall at work or in a public place, it’s unlikely you’ll have to go to court if you make a claim for personal injury compensation with Accident Advice Helpline. Most claims can be processed in full over the phone, and the majority of claims settle out of court. You could receive more compensation than you expected, especially if you have taken time off work after your fall and suffered loss of earnings. To find out if you have a viable claim, you can get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline by calling us on 0800 689 0500 (or call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile) today.

    Our expert advisors are on hand offering confidential, no-obligation advice and there’s the opportunity to ask any questions you have about the claims process. Remember that there is a three-year time limit in place to make a claim, so the sooner you get in touch with us after your accident, the better.

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    Date Published: February 12, 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

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