How can you fix a dislocated finger?


To fix a dislocated finger and it not locked too bad, is to pull the finger until it's back in place. Once the finger is back in place your hand should be fine.
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2 Additional Answers Answer for: How to Fix a Dislocated Finger
First Aid: Dislocation
A dislocation is an injury in which the ends of your bones are forced from their normal positions. The cause is usually trauma... More »
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Disclaimer: Intended as only for reference. Contact a professional if you have serious medical concerns.
In order to fix a dislocated finger, you will have to go to an emergency room or walk-in clinic. Doing it from home when you don't have any medical experience can result in permanent disfiguration.
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