Hip Examination

Special Tests for hip joint examination.


 Pelvic ligaments Tests

Pelvic ligaments Tests

Pelvic ligaments Tests are set of tests that is used to functional assessment of the pelvic ligaments: iliolumbar… Read More
 Log Roll Test

Log Roll Test

The log roll test is the most specific special test used to assess hip pain. It moves the… Read More
 Thomas Test

Thomas Test

Thomas Test is Used to measure the flexibility of the hip flexor muscles, which includes: iliopsoas muscle group,… Read More
 FADDIR Test

FADDIR Test

FADDIR Test (Flexion ADDuction Internal Rotation) is used for examine the: Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome, anterior labral tear ,… Read More
 Barlow Test

Barlow Test

Barlow Test is used for  Developmental dysplasia of the hip in newborn. Read More
 Ortolani Test

Ortolani Test

Ortolani Test is used for Developmental dysplasia of the hip in newborn. Read More
 Trendelenburg Test

Trendelenburg Test

Trendelenburg Test is used to Identify weakness of the hip abductors. It can be used to assess other… Read More
 Patrick Test

Patrick Test

Patrick Test Assist in diagnosis of pathologies at the hip, lumbar and sacroiliac joint, it's also known as… Read More
 Noble Test

Noble Test

Noble Test (Noble Compression test) is used for iliotibial band syndrome that causes pain and frictional  over the… Read More
 Ober test

Ober test

The Ober Test is used to test for iliotibial band syndrome (Tight ITB) or for tensor fascia latae… Read More

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