Shoulder Examination

All Special tests for shoulder examination in orthopedic surgery.


 Lift-Off Test

Lift-Off Test

Lift-Off Test is used to test for Isolated rupture of the subscapularis tendon Read More
 Yergason Sign

Yergason Sign

Yergason Sign is used for: Inflammation of the long head of the biceps This test may be negative… Read More
 Speed Test

Speed Test

Speed Test also called Palm-Up Test Straight Arm Test, it's used for Biceps tendinitis and superior labral anterior… Read More
 Gerber Test

Gerber Test

Gerber Test is used for Subcoracoid Impingement (between the rotator cuff and the coracoid process). Read More
 Internal Rotation Resistance Stress Test

Internal Rotation Resistance Stress Test

Internal Rotation Resistance Stress Test is used to Differentiate between internal and classic outlet impingement Read More
 Jobe Test (Empty can)

Jobe Test (Empty can)

Jobe Test (Empty can) is used to test for Weakness or insufficiency of the supraspinatus muscle & Rotator… Read More
 Hawkins Kennedy test

Hawkins Kennedy test

Hawkins Kennedy test (Hawkins test) is used for impingement syndrome of the rotator cuff of the shoulder, it… Read More
 Neer Test

Neer Test

Neer Test is used to test for Impingement Syndrome Read More
 Neer Sign

Neer Sign

Neer Sign is used for: Impingement Syndrome, Adhesive capsulitis, Osteoarthritis, Calcific tendinitis, Bone lesions. Read More

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