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Anterior Shoulder

Learn the anatomy of the shoulder in dislocation, an algorithmic approach to the shoulder dislocation, analgesic positions 1 & 2, and a range of techniques from A to Zero.

Anterior Shoulder

Posterior Shoulder

Learn how to reduce this rare dislocation with  simple, anatomically based technique.

Posterior Shoulder

Luxatio Erectae/true inferior shoulder

Learn how to diagnose and manage this unusual presentation with this 2 step technique.

luxatio erectae

Elbow

Combine an angled approach with push and pull to minimise the amount of force needed to reduce an elbow.

elbow

Digits

Fingers and thumbs reduced with minimal force.

digits

Hip

Learn 2 different techniques to reduce posterior hip dislocations.

Hip
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Jaw

Everything you need to know about jaw dislocations. And a bit about yawning.

Jaw

Patella

Find the right angle to reduce a patella with minimal force.

Patella
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Fibula

Just diagnosed your first proximal fibula dislocation? Here's how to put it back in.

Fibula

Ankle

How to reduce the only mortise joint in the body.

Ankle

Atlanto-axial dislocation

Simple treatments in the emergency department include posterior occipitocervical/C1–C2 fusion via transoral odontoidectomy or periodontoid tissue release. Stop, I'm joking! Diagnose this quickly, immobilise, don't touch anything and get a neurosurgeon involved ASAP. Click below for a link to a great review article on this rare but catastrophic dislocation.

Atlanto-axial dislocation

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