• Try kneeling and leaning over a piece of furniture or a fitness ball. It's very comfortable and will encourage baby into a forward-lying position.
At the end of the day all you can do is follow this advice and also check out the incredibly comprehensive advise on Gail's website Spinning . Also talk to your baby encouraging him to move off your back if that's where he's decided to settle! Sometimes babies have their own reason for lying in what we consider to be an awkward position. Remember that your baby often knows best.
As stated, Posterior Dislocation of Shoulder is a pretty rare phenomenon. It is usually caused due to trauma or impact with the shoulder being held in internal rotation (arm turn inwards) and adduction (arm close to body or chest wall). The injury mostly occurs when an individual suffers from an epileptiform seizure or as a result of an electrocution injury. If an individual develops Posterior Dislocation of the Shoulder of unknown etiology then the possibility of a convulsion needs to be considered. This injury can also occur as a result of a direct trauma in some cases. Improper weight distribution while weight lifting can cause posterior dislocation. 2