Author(s): Hallez R, Leemans P
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Abstract The authors review in this article the anamnestic and examination steps of a patient suffering from chronic shoulder pain. They first remind the reader of the muscles intervening in the different shoulder's movements and then go over to the systematic review of the information disclosed by the disorders of the shoulder's motion, whether passively actively or against resistance. They describe the most important diagnosis tests. They finally describe an examination strategy that makes it possible to take a rational clinical decision.
This article was published in Rev Med Brux
and referenced in Journal of Novel Physiotherapies