Re: Dislocated Rib

The best thing to do is to have an evaluation by a primary care provider, like a medical doctor or a chiropractor to make sure there nothing more serious going on, like a fracture or a complete dislocation. The chiropractor may try to adjust it and put it back in place. But most often, the best treatment is time. The rib will naturally find its way back into its spot after the muscles associated with it have stopped being in spasm. Massage will probably not help, either. If you are having problems with activities if daily living, like putting on your cloths, eating, brushing your teeth, etc, then it probably is a good idea to see a primary care provider, otherwise, let nature do its thing and it should go back in place in a few days.
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Posted By curvesolut7 on March 25, 2009 at 18:50:12:

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