Answer: Your answer depends on what particular joint you are asking about. I assume you are asking about the knee in which the posterior cruciate ligament prevents the femur from slipping forward (anterior) in the joint with the fibia and tibia.
Answer: we operate to have a near normal hip joint and to minimize further complications due to that dislocation as early osteo-arthritis and limb shortening and spinal secondary deformity . Dr NASSER HABARAT
Answer: Depending on where the joint dislocation is located, it may cause discomfort in your performance. For instance, basketball player with a dislocated finger, or shoulder. It may cause the players shot to be a bit "off."
Answer: Dislocations are generally going to include a visible deformity in the area of the dislocation because the bone has moved away from its proper joint into an unnatural position. Sprains and strains generally are not as easy to spot outside of surface swelling.
Answer: Manipulation or closed reduction is the procedure of realignment ofthe bone involved in a fracture or joint dislocation. It differsfrom open reduction in that the skin is not broken to realign thebone.
Answer: A surgical technique called thermal capsular shrinkage (also known as thermal capsulorrhaphy) was recently developed to treat several types of shoulder instability. The procedure uses heat to shrink and tighten the shoulder capsule, which is the connective tissue around the shoulder joint that helps to keep it stable. Thermal capsular shrinkage was developed as a less invasive way to treat a shoulder that is loose or frequently dislocates. Early short-term results with thermal capsulorrhaphy were encouraging, and the procedure rapidly gained in popularity. However, more recent results with patients over a longer follow-up period have shown a much higher failure rate than was first seen. Also, more complications have been reported. As a result, doctors are performing thermal capsular shrinkage less frequently.
Answer: Normally your bones are kept together at the ends by muscles and joints. If you get injured you might dislocate a shoulder, meaning that your two bones meeting at a joint get slightly separated. As a result your shoulder looks crazy, it hurts and you can barely move it.
Answer: Joint between bones. A fracture is the break of a bone. A dislocation does not imply that the bone itself is broken, although sometimes fractures and dislocations occur together - especially with forceful mechanisms of injury.