How to dislocate your thumb wikihow?

Are you tired of having all your bones in place and feeling normal? Do you want to spice up your life with a little bit of pain and discomfort? Then look no further, because dislocating your thumb is the perfect solution for you! This handy guide will walk you through the steps on how to misalign your true north digit without any medical assistance.


Before we begin, please be aware that dislocating joints is not only painful but can also cause long-term damage. We do not recommend attempting this unless it’s truly necessary or if it’s just for fun as long as proper precautions are taken.

Gather Supplies

First things first – before diving into this endeavor, there are some materials needed.

  • A strong grip (You’re going to need it)
  • An object like a door frame or wall (Don’t worry we’ll get into specifics later on)

Once those items have been acquired, let’s move on.

Stretching Is Key

Stretching increases flexibility which makes dislocating easier.
Some good stretches include:

  1. Wrist circles – rotate each wrist clockwise and counter-clockwise thirty times

  2. Finger extensions – extend each finger one by one until they resemble an ‘L-shape’

  3. Thumbs up – make sure thumbs remain upright while rotating them back towards wrists (ouch!)

Following these exercises diligently will help increase joint maneuverability essential for our goal at hand.
Now that our preparation has been completed Let’s proceed!

The Moment of Truth: Dislocating Your Thumb

This process must be done carefully! Follow every step cautiously!

1) Relaxation

Before we start aligning in order to misalign, calm down those nerves! Take deep breaths from nostrils; inhale slowly counting till ten., pause then exhale gently counting till ten.

2) Grip

Move onto the object you’ve chosen to utilize. For maximum effect, place the surface of the object so that it is upright in front of you.

3) Placement

Place your thumb on edge of door frame or wall so that it’s pointing straight down vertically.

4) Pressure Application

Now add pressure by gently pushing downwards until you feel tension building up inside (this process can be very painful but just hold on!)

5) The Moment You’ve Been Waiting For: Dislocation

Push firmly with a jerk-like motion applying force causing strain until your thumb pops out from its socket happily waving hello to its neighboring fingers (life’s not perfect – this could also include nerve damage)

Congratulations! You’ve successfully dislocated your own thumb!

After Care

We’re done enjoying the sound and sensation produced by tearing off ligaments (just kidding!). Let’s jump into quick tips for aftercare:

  • Soak a towel in warm water then cover dislocated area; repeat every now and then for pains relief.

  • If swelling occurs use ice cubes wrapped with fleece cloth or towel(s). Put them overestimation point wrapping area taking care when removing them because they will be extremely cold.

  • Visit an orthopedist as soon possible if something seems wrong (again, we can’t stress enough how dangerous joint dislocation any kind may actually become).

Wrapping Up

Entertainment comes at a cost and today it came mostly through physical pain via self-infliction means. Nevertheless, thank you for following along with these guided steps – giving yourself one gift closer towards arthritis.
Remember- Joint play should only happen under extreme circumstances such as emergency situations where healthcare is unable to get reached immediately like pressing medical emergencies though common-sense states stay far away during normal times!

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