Waldron Test is used for the Presence of patellofemoral syndrome/ runner’s knee.
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What is Waldron Test?
- Waldron Test is used for the Presence of patellofemoral syndrome/ runner’s knee.
How it's Performed?
- Patient is standing.
- Examiner palpates the patella while the patient performs knee bends
What does a positive Waldron Test mean?
- POSITIVE SIGN: Presence of pain, crepitus, poor patellar tracking.
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