Dimo S. Krastev, Alexa I. Mladenova
Abstract: Aims & Objectives: The purpose of the task is to show the necessity of prolonged treatment, physiotherapy and physical therapy at luxatio humeri in after the immobilization period. In order to secure the full functional recovery of the damaged joint and preventing joint and muscle contractures. Materials & Methods: The study was conducted with close observation of unilateral dislocations of art. humeri of 55 patients admitted to the hospital without comorbidities period of 2012 to 2014 years. Results: After completion of the ten-day treatment period, the results were unsatisfactory. Conclusion: Post immobilization treatment period is usually underestimated and insufficient in the treatment of dislocation of the shoulder joint. In hospitals for specialized treatment of locomotor system in our country is taken to continue treatment for 7 to 10 days, after which patients take care of the affected limb into their own hands.
Keywords: Luxatio humeri, After immobilisation period, Muscle and joint contractures and Rehabilitation