Dislocated finger during a football match!
Finger dislocation is a common injury. It occurs when the bones of the finger are moved (dislocated) from their normal position. A dislocated finger can occur in any of the joints of any finger, but it occurs most often in the middle knuckle of the little, ring, middle, or index finger.
Treatment includes reduction which is the medical term for repositioning the bone into its proper place. You may be given a local anesthetic to numb your pain during the procedure. Your doctor will press against the bone to free it if a piece is still wedged into the joint, and then pull the finger outward to get the bones back in place.
Once your bone has been repositioned, your doctor will splint it to keep it stable. A splint prevents you from moving and possibly reinjuring your finger. You’ll likely need to keep the splint in place for a few days to a couple of weeks. Full function in the injured finger will usually return. Mild to moderate discomfort or disability can continue for quite some time. You may expect some permanent swelling or disfigurement of the injured joint.
this mornings workout: beach clean up in Siquijor Island with the classes from Solangon Elementary school. #siquijor beautiful people are doing the nessesities. easy going, a bit of sweat, and fun always. beautiful to see that this kids are able to learn all of these new stuff in order for them to be a pure force on earth to live maximum healthy, strong, joyful and super cleeeean!! #love#work#timing#education#endurance#god#finger#pick#trash keep going!!
Ladies American Diamond Stone Work Alloy Finger Rings Vol 3
Size: Free Size (Adjustable)
Description: It Has 1 Piece Of Finger Ring
Work: American Diamond Stone Work
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