Introduction: Shallow shoulder joint enables extensive movement because of its stability therefore it is not a surprise that shoulder joint is the most commonly dislocated synovial joint. Purpose: This diploma thesis presents a physiotherapy treatment of a middle-aged patient after arthroscopic Bankart stabilization of a shoulder joint. Methods: This is a case report that includes physiotherapy treatment of a patient after 10 weeks of arthroscopic Bankart stabilization of a shoulder joint. Methods consist of physiotherapy evaluation of the patient's condition after 10 weeks of surgery, problem exposure, setting the goals, choice of methods, physiotherapy technics and the results of the treatment. Results: The range of active and passive movement has improved in all directions except for the passive one in the direction of internal rotation. Active movement has improved in abduction direction for 15°, external rotation for 20°, internal rotation for 10°, retroflexion for 10°, elevation through anteflexion for 25°, elevation through abduction for 25°. Passive movement has improved in the abduction direction for 10°, external rotation for 20°, retroflexion for 10°, elevation through anteflexion for 25°, elevation through abduction for 40°. Arthrokinematic movement has improved in all limited directions although caudal and dorsal sliding remains limited (from1 to 2) despite the improvement after final treatment. The muscle performance of all muscle groups has improved. The muscle performance of retroflexive muscle group, internal rotation of the right shoulder joint has improved and became physiological (from 4 to 5); physiological became also the muscle performance of adductor muscle groups, adductor and internal rotators of the right scapula (from -4 to 5). The muscle performance of anteflexive muscle groups, abductors of the right shoulder joint, depressors, adductors, and abductors and external rotators of the right scapula has improved from -4 to 4.The muscle performance of the external rotator muscle group of the right shoulder joint has improved from 3 to 4. The paint according to VAL-IB scale has reduced for 20 mm (from 30 at the beginning it has improved to 10 mm at the end. Functional evaluation at the end according to DASH scale has shown improvement from 42,5 to 20 at the end. Discussion and conclusion: The results have shown that the physiotherapy treatment, which was used, was suitable.