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How can you dislocate a radius?

How can you dislocate a radius?

Arm pulling: A dislocated radial head is commonly called the "nursemaid's elbow" and is a fairly common injury in toddlers. It is caused by pulling or jerking the arm (as in grabbing a fleeing toddler), pulling the radial head out of its place. It is easily treated and rarely leads to any further problems. ...Read more

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I have congenital dislocated radius, how long does it take to recover from excision of the radial head surgery ?

I have congenital dislocated radius, how long does it take to recover from excision of the radial head surgery ?

Couple of months: After excision of radial head first two weeksare rough and you will not be able to use the arm. Then gradually you will be allowed to start excercising and using the arm slowly o heavy use for several months but it will improve every week for complete recovery it may take as long as 3-6 months. ...Read more

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How must you treat a dislocated muster?

How must you treat a dislocated muster?

Shoulder dislocation: More info needed. Length of time to heal depends on what was injured. Bankart tears have potential to heal whereas rotator cuff tears do not. Treatment decisions have many variables. Consult with a shoulder specialist. ...Read more

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What should I do for my dislocated pinky?

What should I do for my dislocated pinky?

See a doctor: Dislocations require early reduction, and sometimes require surgery. Non-treatment or delayed treatment of dislocations can result in permanent hand disability. ...Read more

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How bad is my dislocated pinky gong to feel?

How bad is my dislocated pinky gong to feel?

It depend: If it is simple dislocation it take about 3-4 weeks to heal, if there is complication may take longer. ...Read more

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What are dislocations?

What are dislocations?

Joint displacement.: A dislocation of a joint occurs when the 2 matching surfaces of a joint are no longer in contact. This is typically quite painful and requires immediate medical attention. The joint will need to be reduced, in order for the 2 joint surfaces to come together. This often requires some form of anesthesia or sedation. After a dislocation, the joint may be unstable and require immobilization. ...Read more

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What is a dislocated tailbone?

What is a dislocated tailbone?

Could happen: Typically can be a post-traumatic finding if one lands forcefully right on the coccyx. It can fracture, or can dislocated. Sometimes some people have something called hooked coccyx, where there is no dislocation, but there is an acutely angled (inwardly angled coccyx), these all could be symptomatic and cause pain in the tailbone area. ...Read more

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How to treat a dislocated disk?

How to treat a dislocated disk?

Time: Time /gentle activity / avoid painful activity/ some rest of course if not better in a week or then need to seek attention/ can use pt/ traction / injections and even surg. ...Read more

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How you treat a dislocated scapula?

How you treat a dislocated scapula?

needs to be seen: Most cases of dislocated shoulder can do well if treated promptly. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/dislocated-shoulder/ds00597. ...Read more

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Can dislocated elbows cure naturally?

Can dislocated elbows cure naturally?

Not usually?: The short answer is no -- unless you were born with them dislocated, and are having no problems -- then no treatment would be necessary. However if, it isnt such a situation, then it is extremely unlikely that it will improve on its own. ...Read more