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Physical Examination of the Shoulder

January 01, 2012

Contributors: Sandeep Mannava, MD, PhD; Stephanie Cheetham, MD; Benjamin L Long, MS; Allston J Stubbs, IV MD; Jordan M Case, MD; Jordan M Case, MD

Peer review has expired on this program. It is the viewer’s responsibility to determine the educational value of this historical content.
Peer review has expired on this program. It is the viewer’s responsibility to determine the educational value of this historical content.

Despite many advances in imaging modalities in orthopaedic surgery, the physical examination remains a cornerstone of patient evaluation. The multimedia presentation is a video demonstration of physical examination of the shoulder. In the video, we demonstrate the proper techniques required to evaluate the shoulder in the clinic setting. Additionally, this video uses a human biodynamics and performance laboratory to track the clinical movement and biomechanics of shoulder motion during the physical examination. After watching this video, the viewer should be able to perform a detailed shoulder examination. In particular, this video demonstrates examination techniques for evaluation of shoulder range of motion, scapular motion, strength, impingement, biceps pathology, acromioclavicular pathology, labral pathology, rotator cuff dysfunction and integrity, glenohumeral stability, and capsular stability.

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