Golfer’s Elbow Test
What is Golfer’s Elbow Test?
- Golfer’s Elbow Test is used for Medial Epicondylitis of the elbow.
How it's Performed?
- The patient can be seated or standing for this test.
- The physician palpates the medial epicondyle and supports the elbow with one hand, while the other hand passivelly supinates the patient’s forearm and fully extends the elbow, wrist and fingers.
What does a positive Golfer’s Elbow Test mean?
- If sudden pain or discomfort is reproduced along the medial aspect of the elbow in the region of the medial epicondyle, then this test is considered positive