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What is a Finger Dislocation?

Description of the disease

A finger dislocation is a condition in which the bone of the finger comes out of the joint. This can occur due to injury, impact, or severe stretching.


  • A finger dislocation can be open (when the bone completely comes out of the joint) or closed (when the bone remains in the joint).


  • Pain and swelling at the dislocation site;
  • Change in the shape of the finger;
  • Limitation of movement in the dislocated finger.


The main causes are trauma, impact, or severe stretching of the finger.


To establish a diagnosis, a doctor's examination and sometimes an X-ray are performed.


Treatment may include splinting, rehabilitation, and, in some cases, surgery.


Avoid trauma and impacts, handle fingers carefully, and perform hand exercises.


A finger dislocation is treated by an orthopedic surgeon or a traumatologist.

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