Shoulder Examination The Silly Working Bones

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This video presents four classic clinical tests used to diagnose injuries associated with the shoulder. Examination of shoulder injuries should include an assessment of strength, range of motion, impingement and instability. The tests are as following: speed test for evaluation of biceps tendonitis, slap test (o’brien test) done to examine real lesion, SLAP tear lesion. Empty can test for subacromial impingement and cuff pathology that can indicate a supraspinatus tendon lesion or pathology. Jerk test is performed to test the instability of the glenohumeral joint and posterior labrum. The video contains an description and explanation of each test.

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