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Special Tests: Shoulder Instability (Apprehension) and Labrum Pathology

Special tests for shoulder instability. The Apprehension Test, Jobe's Relocation Test, Composite SLAP Tear Test-item Cluster, Jobe's Relocation Test (Apprehension Tests), Biceps Load 2, Obrien's Active, Compression Test, Posterior Inferior Labral Lesion, Jerk Test, Speed's Test, Yergason's Test, Compression Rotation Test, Kim's Test. The reliability, specificity, sensitivity, validity, safety, and screening for shoulder pain, instability, labral tears, glenohumeral (shoulder) joint stability, SLAP tears, AC (acromioclavicular) joint pathology, and posterior to inferior labral lesions.

Brent Brookbush

Brent Brookbush

DPT, PT, MS, CPT, HMS, IMT

Course Discription: Special Tests: Shoulder Instability (Apprehension) and Labrum Pathology

Introduction

Jobe's Relocation (Apprehension Tests and "Cluster")

Bicep's Load 2

O'Brien's Active Compression Test

Brookbush Institute's "Best of" SLAP Tear Test-item Cluster

Jerk Test for Posterior Inferior Labral Lesion

Additional Tests

Bibliography

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