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Dear sir my wrist joint bone silghtly disallocted from there place but my hand working normally I have little bit pain I also councelted Dr dubhey (shujalpur) but he told me we need to doing operation please suggest what will I do
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Dr. Abhay Manchanda Indore | Orthopedic Surgeon
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In any dislocation...wrist cannot be normal..so it means itsNOT dislocated..probably.

By the way slight dislocation(as you feel) is called as SUBLUXATION

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get an XRAY WRIST AP and LATERAL views..and send to us
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DR .V.HARI PRASAD Chittoor | General Physician
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visit orthopaedician.without seeing x ray we cant tell any thing
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Dr. Nidhi Saxena (PT) Bhopal | Physiotherapist
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Hey there. Kindly tell which bone is dislocated.  In majority cases dislocation needs to immobilised at the very least. In case of severe dislocation; surgical fixation is necessary.

If ignored it may lead to deformity n hinder with normal wrist movements,  making writing, lifting,  holding an object nearly impossible over a period of time. Kindly get the injury treated as soon as possible.  Don't ignore even if there's no pain.

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