So about a year now i've been experiencing frequent dislocation to my racket arm. At first i thought it was due to improper technique. So i tried to be more careful with my swing by learning proper method of swinging the racket( having angles between joint and using proper pronation technique) . But still the dislocation occurs. What i did was i went to a professional consultant . He told me to get proper rest and do some strengthening. What i did was rest about 5 month and did some muscle building to my racket arm. So the very first day i went back to court it dislocated again. I was really frustrated and with that condition i continued to play for months. So about 4 months later i had the most serious and painful dislocation ever i couldn't move my arm at all for few minutes. My arm was at pronated stage at that time. My general reaction was . The feeling of my arm came back 20mins later but still it hurt like madness. After that i drove back to find a doctor (this was a different doctor) he told me that my shoulder was loose and made assumption that my capsule was loose. He did ask me to do few tasks. Like touching the floor , bending my finger and finally came up with the conclusion that i have hyperlaxity(loose ligaments) and suggested to do surgery because of my condition the reccurent rate is 99%. He told me that my condition will only get worse over time and the surgery is costly I am 20 btw... should i do the surgery or will it get better as i grow older?