So I dared not go to the deep water, for I couldn't swim.

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I just played at the shallow water.

For athletes who dislocate a finger, it is possible to return to play very quickly. You should only return to competition after your doctor has relocated the dislocated finger and confirms there is no break or other injury. The swelling and pain should also be diminished enough that you can play without discomfort, and the joint needs to be stable. You will probably be required to wear a protective splint or tape for several weeks. If surgery is needed, however, it may take 4-6 weeks before you can return to your sport. This is because you will probably require a cast. To help prevent a dislocated finger, make sure you wear proper equipment and padding while playing a sport. Although it is not always preventable, especially in sports like volleyball and basketball, making sure the injury is treated properly and quickly is the best way to prevent further damage. Avoid returning to play too quickly to avoid re-injuring the finger. The NYU Langone Medical Center has on finger dislocations.


I stragglled in the water for the shallow water.

when I was playing at the shallow water, suddenly a big boy push me into the deep river.

A dislocated finger is an injury where the bones in the fingers are knocked out of their normal and original alignment. It usually involves damage or stretching of the ligaments in the finger. Ligaments are strong bands of fiber that hold the bones in place. When the ligaments are damaged, the bone can become dislocated. It is a very common injury among athletes, especially those who have to push, pull, grab, or reach while playing a sport. Symptoms associated with a dislocated finger include bruising and swelling in the injured area, severe pain, and tingling or numbness. It may be impossible to straighten or bend the dislocated finger, and it may appear awkwardly bent out of shape or crooked.