Objective Measures

Objective Measures

The objective examination gives you quantifiable measures to rule out what structures are involved and to reassess after treatment to determine improvement/deterioration. For example a gentleman with a frozen shoulder (Adhesive capsuitis) may have 100 degrees shoulder flexion however post treatment may have 120 degrees. Continually re-assessing will enable you to see whether treatments have been effective. Find objective measures below!

 

 Shoulder

 

Muscle Length Tests

 

Videos showing positive tests – ACL/PCL/MCL/LCL and loads more …

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