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What is Recurrent Dislocation?

Description of the condition

Recurrent dislocation is a condition in which the joint repeatedly goes out of position after treatment. This can occur due to joint instability or other factors, such as injuries or genetic predisposition.


  • Recurrent dislocation is classified as partial or complete dislocation
  • Partial dislocation: the joint partially comes out of articulation, but not completely
  • Complete dislocation: the joint completely comes out of articulation


Symptoms of recurrent dislocation may include pain, swelling, bruising, limited mobility, and joint instability.


Recurrent dislocation can be caused by various factors, including injuries, joint instability, muscle weakness, structural anomalies, or genetic predisposition.


Diagnosis of recurrent dislocation may involve X-rays, MRI or CT scans of the joint, as well as a clinical examination by a doctor.


Treatment of recurrent dislocation may include physical therapy, rehabilitation, wearing braces or splints, drug therapy, or in some cases, surgical intervention.


Prevention of recurrent dislocation may include muscle strengthening, avoiding injuries, and using supportive devices when necessary.


Treatment of recurrent dislocation may be carried out by an orthopedist, traumatologist, or rehabilitation specialist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.