The worst part about it: recurrence. So i am amongst those, having my right shoulder semi-dislocated (this means it doesn't dislocate fully and every time i can by myself put it back, and it is not that much painful) once every 2-3-4 months. I live with it the last 2 and a half years. I've been to many doctors A chiropractor, a couple of orthopaedics, a physician. None could make an accurate diagnosis, but i can understand that. They tell me i'm fine, the physicians subscribed me an absolutely boring set of A LOT of what i call body-building-style kind of exercises(i know about the opinions on what i call boring, but i just cannot do something everyday for the next months or years if i don't enjoy it or find it at least interesting.) Chiropractor insist the problem comes from my left foot and has to do with body alignment. I am looking at it too and trying to correct my posture in general doing daily zhan zhuang. But i know this will take time and is also something i do because i love doing it and not to purposely solve my shoulder. Orthopaedic insisted i do some x-rays and after i did he said he doesn't see anything that looks as if i should worry and subscribed me some medicine that was supposed to help my joints which i took for 1-2 months i think, but finally did nothing. I still get that semi-dislocated shoulder every now and then. Another subluxation I've read almost everything there is on the internet regarding the subject, and lately, for about a month and a half i've started following some qigong exercises which i at least enjoy doing. But a couple of days ago i had another subluxation. That happened to be at training. Maybe i should say I am not thinking about having a surgery (well at least not yet). It happens at training too but not only there, nor did it start there. It started with me having an injury and after that it just kept on happening on various environments and situations. Worried about my training So, apart from my general well being i am worried about my training too. I keep on telling myself i should let my fears/worries go and just focus on what i do and enjoy it, which i already do. I'm practising wing chun with a sifu that have an approach that i find that suits me, a nice balance between what many call external/internal training. Takes it slow and emphasises at the internal side but also includes lots of drills and sparring - mostly chi sao but free sparring too once in a while. But. I can't help it, I keep on thinking i won't ever make it and go any further with this problem/sensitivity i have with my shoulder. On positive days i think i will get stronger and overcome it and that i will soon find something that suits me as a treatment approach, which i will follow. I am doing exercises regarding it the whole time but not the same as after a couple of months the repetitive exercises are killing me out of boredom. On negative days i guess i'm on forums whining about it..