Sports-related shoulder injuries can occur due to sudden traumatic events or overuse during sports activities. These injuries can include shoulder dislocations, fractures, sprains, strains, or tears of the ligaments, tendons, or muscles in the shoulder area. Symptoms of sports-related shoulder injuries can vary depending on the specific injury but may include sudden onset of shoulder pain, swelling, bruising, or visible deformity. There may be instability or a feeling of the shoulder “giving way,” limited range of motion, and weakness in the affected shoulder. Treatment for sports-related shoulder injuries depends on the type and severity of the injury and may involve rest, immobilization, physical therapy, or in some cases, surgical intervention for severe cases. Prompt medical evaluation is essential to determine the extent of the injury and establish an appropriate treatment plan for optimal recovery and return to sports activities.