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Acromio Clavicular Joint Sprain

Shoulder separation is a fairly common injury, especially in rugby. A player can damage AC joint ligaments by falling on the shoulder after a tackle and via a direct collision from an opponent.

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Rotator Cuff Injury

Player will complain of weakness and pain in the shoulder especially when raising the arm above the shoulder. If the rotator cuff has a tear the player will complain of severe pain and difficulty in sleeping.

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Dislocated Shoulder

A players suffers a dislocated shoulder when the upper arm bone comes out of the socket that is part of the shoulder blade. This is a more serious injury than a shoulder separation as it involves the shoulder socket joint as opposed to ligamentous damage.

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Broken Collar Bone

A broken clavicle is a common rugby injury as it can occur if a player falls onto an outstretched hand or a hard tackle directed towards the clavicle can cause a broken collar bone.

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