Posterior Stress Test
Posterior Stress Test of the shoulder is used to test for Posterior Instability
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What is Posterior Stress Test?
- Posterior Stress Test of the shoulder is used to test for Posterior Instability
How it's Performed?
- Place the patient’s arm in flexion, adduction, and internal rotation and apply a posteriorly directed force.
What does a positive Posterior Stress Test mean?
- positive if there is pain and sense of instability with the maneuver
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