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Multidirectional instability may present with pain and impingement signs, without obvious feeling of instability.
Neuromuscular dysfunction is likely to be present in patients with multidirectional instability
Thermal capsulorrhaphy is one such technique that has been used to stabilize shoulders with multidirectional instability.
Defining a pitfall as a situation in the pathway of care that can compromise or complicate the course of treatment and the outcome, orthopaedic surgeons warn colleagues what to watch out for in the diagnosis of shoulder conditions, treating shoulder impingement, treating anterior shoulder instability, the diagnosis and management of posterior and multidirectional instability, treating shoulder pain in throwing athletes, rotator cuff surgery, managing proximal humerus fractures, acromioclavicular joint injuries, treating clavicle fractures, and shoulder arthroplasty.

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