Log Roll Test

 Log Roll Test

What is Log Roll Test?

The log roll test (or Passive Rotation Test) is the most specific special test that is used to assess hip pain, the femoral head’s articular surface moves freely on the acetabulum, with no stress applied on the muscles or nerves around the hip joint.

How it’s Performed?

What does a positive Log Roll Test mean?

Log Roll Test is positive when:

Notes

Related Anatomy

The hip articulation is a ball-and-socket joint formed between the head of the femur and the acetabulum of the pelvic bone.

The Femoral Head:

Acetabulum

Hip Anatomy
Hip Anatomy

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