FAI is a condition of abnormal and wearing contact between the ball and socket of the hip joint resulting in damage to the joint.
Read more Impingement Tests of the Hip
TOS tests are influenced by the criteria used to establish a positive test, i.e. vascular or neurologic.
Read more TOS: Why Do We Take a Pulse When the Problem is Neurologic?
There are a variety of possible wrist injuries. Ruling out fracture, dislocation, and ligamentous instability are paramount.
Read more Methods of Assessing Wrist Stability
Injuries to ankle ligaments typically fall into one of two buckets: Lateral and syndesmotic. Read on to learn about the clinical tests available.
Read more Not All Ankle Sprains Are Equal
If one knows anatomy and the actions of the muscles, the performance of the various tests discussed here becomes rather intuitive.
Read more The Elbow is Connected to the Wrist Bone!