Traction-countertraction: axial traction is applied in the direction of the abducted humerus and countertraction is provided by a rolled sheet across the top of the shoulder [4,6]. This typically requires procedural sedation .
2-step maneuver : The patient lies supine and the provider stands on the affected side next to the head of the patient. Place one hand on the lateral aspect of the midshaft of the humerus and push inferiorly [6,7]. Meanwhile, place the other hand over the medial epicondyle and provide force superiorly [6,7]. This converts the inferior dislocation to an anterior dislocation, and a variety of reduction maneuvers can then be performed [4,6,7].