A luxation is the permanent separation of the two parts of a joint, that is, it occurs when an extreme force is applied to a ligament causing the separation of the ends of two connected bones.
Unlike a sprain, it does not return to its normal position.
The shoulder it is the joint most prone to dislocation.
To diagnose a dislocation it is necessary to perform:
The characteristics of a dislocation are:
In these cases, the first thing to do is: