Multidirectional Instability

<18 years old – Multidirectional Instability

Intro: Multidirectional instability is a condition of the shoulder joint that typically occurs in younger individuals. It involves laxity of the shoulder joint in multiple directions.

Symptoms: Discomfort moving the shoulder or feeling of instability. This condition is brought on by overuse and commonly occurs in athletes.

Treatment: Physical therapy to strengthen the muscle groups around the joint.