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What are signs of a dislocated thumb?
A dislocated thumb will occur after the thumb joint has been placed under unusual stress, and will normally occur while playing a sport such as football, or if you fall hard on your hand. The symptoms include: immobility of the thumb, swelling around the thumb, pain (usually severe) and a crooked look to the thumb. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
If you dislocated your thumb at practice and you got it back in but it keeps coming out how can you treat your thumb without going to the hospital?
Strap it up with tape or bandage, but better to see a doctor
Asked in Health
Does it hurt when doctors put back your dislocated thumb?
yes, it will hurt while they locate the bone back ,but they will give you a pain killer that will numb you for a little and after a few weeks it wont hurt as much but you thumb WILL NOT look the same or as before. I hope that answers your question ...
Is a dislocated shoulder a preexisting condition?
If your shoulder commonly comes out of its socket, then it is a preexisting condition. If it is the first time you have dislocated your shoulder or if you have never dislocated your shoulder, then it is not a preexisting condition. ...
What does workmen's comp pay out for a dislocated thumb?
It depends on the state, and whether the condition is permanent. If it was temporary, not causing arthritis or other long term issues, I would not guess it would be much more if any than the Dr. bill. ...
Asked in Health
Is it dangerous to run a lot after you get your knee dislocated?
Yes, of course. If you mean much after it has healed, then it is not much more dangerous than if you had not dislocated your knee. ...