The shoulder is a complex structure comprising bones, ligaments, muscles and tendons working together harmoniously to provide the maximum range of motion. However, sometimes the harmonious motion can be disturbed due to injury or overuse of the joint resulting in a forceful shoulder dislocation. A dislocation occurs when the humerus head comes away from the glenoid fossa due to possible overstretching or tearing of the surrounding tissues. A glenoid labrum tear in the anterior part of the joint is called a bankart lesion. Bankart lesions can be easily repaired via arthroscopic surgery in Agra at Pristyn Care.