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Shoulder Dislocation

I have a problem in which any strenuous activity will dislocate my shoulders. I have considered surgery, but many people complain that surgery can augment the problem. I am looking for a homeopathic remedy to rebuild the muscles and ligaments. I want to take something to make everything stronger to keep the shoulders from dislocating.

My shoulders began dislocating three years ago, after a traumatic experience to my body. Does anyone know of anything that would possibly help? I plan on seeking physical therapy as well.
 
  plyfreak on 2006-02-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I just went out and bought "glucosamine and chondrotin sulfate" and i have zinc with calcium. I will have to go out and purchase selenium and the Calcarea Fluoricum.

Does anyone have any experience with either treating themselves or someone else for shoulder problems?
 
plyfreak last decade
Why is it bad to take the chondroitin? Right now I cannot afford to go back and buy glucosamine sulfates without chondroitin. Would you recommend still taking the "glucosamine chondroitin with sulfates" or discontinuing altogether? I have read on other threads in this forum that one should take g.c. for shoulder injuries.

I am also trying the ear cotton therapy.
 
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