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What is a Wrist Dislocation?

Description of the condition

A wrist dislocation is a condition where the bones in the wrist are forced out of their normal position. This can cause painful sensations and impairment of wrist function.


A wrist dislocation can be partial or complete, as well as temporary or permanent.


  • Pain and swelling in the wrist area
  • Restricted wrist movement
  • Bruising and numbness


A wrist dislocation can be caused by injury, falling on the hand, severe stretching, or joint wear and tear.


Diagnosis of a wrist dislocation involves X-rays and a clinical examination by a specialist.


Treatment may include wrist immobilization, rehabilitation, the use of anti-inflammatory medications, and in some cases, surgical intervention.


To prevent wrist dislocation, it is important to observe safety measures during sports activities, strengthen the muscles and joints of the wrist, and wear protective gear.


The treatment of a wrist dislocation is carried out by an orthopedic doctor.

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