If one knows anatomy and the actions of the muscles, the performance of the various tests discussed here becomes rather intuitive.
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Distinguishing supraspinatus and infraspinatus is very challenging. Read on to learn how the statistics can help your clinical decisions.
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Structural tests of the hip can include screening for fractures or local lesions and assessing leg length discrepancy.
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Evaluation of glenohumeral position influences the direction of glide to facilitate shoulder mobilization techniques.
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The TFCC provides stability and cushion while transmitting an axial load between the carpals and the ulna.
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