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What is a Clavicle Dislocation?

Description of the condition

A clavicle dislocation is a condition in which the clavicle (collarbone) is displaced from its joint socket and loses contact with the adjacent bones.


  • Clavicle dislocation can be complete or incomplete.


The main signs of a clavicle dislocation include pain, swelling, and restricted shoulder mobility.


A clavicle dislocation can occur from a fall onto the shoulder or a strong impact to the area.


X-rays and clinical examination are used to confirm the diagnosis of clavicle dislocation.


Treatment for clavicle dislocation may involve wearing a sling, physiotherapy, and in some cases, surgical intervention.


To prevent clavicle dislocation, it is recommended to avoid risky sports activities and to be cautious during falls and impacts.


Treatment for clavicle dislocation is provided by an orthopedic surgeon or a traumatologist.

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