Elbow Dislocation (cont.)
When to Seek Medical Care
A person should go to the doctor's office or hospital's emergency department immediately if they are unable to move their elbow, have severe pain, cannot feel their hand, or have no pulse in the wrist.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/1/2014
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