Injuries to the acromioclavicular joint are common, and most can be treated nonoperatively. Appropriate treatment depends on accurate diagnosis and appreciation of the classification of these various injuries. Descriptions of the commoner acromioclavicular joint injuries, details of the nonoperative treatment, and indications for surgical treatment are reviewed.



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