Examination of the Shoulder: The Complete Guide
Discusses range of motion measurements, laxity testing, shoulder instability and presents critical analysis of the usefulness and accuracy of examination practices. An accompanying DVD contains narrated footage of the examination techniques described in the text for easy comprehension and review. It also includes examples of abnormal findings.
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General Principles of Shoulder Examination
Shoulder Range of Motion
Rotator Cuff Disease and Impingement
Instability and Laxity
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