Anterior Dislocation Protocols?

Answer An anterior dislocation is a type of injury that affects the joints in parts of your body, most commonly the shoulder, but also the elbow, hip, knee or ankle. It occurs when the bone of a joint is ... Read More »

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What Is Dislocation?

A joint is the area where two bones come together. A dislocation is a painful injury that occurs when the two bones that meet at a joint become misaligned. This can occur at the major joints, which... Read More »

How to Treat a Dislocation?

A dislocation occurs when two bones that come together in a joint come out of their normal positions. Symptoms of a dislocation include severe pain and deformity of the joint area. Dislocations can... Read More »

How to Decide Whether to Reduce a Dislocation?

A dislocation occurs when the bone ends of a joint become misaligned. The greater a joint's range of motion, the more likely it is to suffer a dislocation. Before deciding to realign the bones, a p... Read More »

How to Heal from a Knee Dislocation?

Knee dislocation, or patellar dislocation, occurs when the knee cap slides out of place, generally towards the outside of the leg, causing it to swell. A knee can be dislocated if it is hit with fo... Read More »