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Do I Need Surgery After a Shoulder Dislocation?

A dislocated shoulder is a very painful injury that occurs when your upper arm bone pops out of the socket in your shoulder joint. Because the shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body it is particularly susceptible to dislocation and there is a risk of repeated dislocations if the joint becomes unstable.

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Preventing Rugby Injuries

In 2019, the head of medicine for English rugby called on managers of the Rugby Football Union (RFU) to consider making significant changes to the professional game to address a big jump in the severity of injuries on the pitch.

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Common Rugby Injuries

Rugby is a fun, fast-paced sport that is as exciting to play as it is to watch. But, the price of competing in such a high impact contact sport is that rugby players are at particularly high risk of injury. In fact, rugby has the highest risk of injury per player per hour of any…

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