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ST for Hip

Special tests for the thigh, hip and pelvis (Implications only)

QuestionAnswer
Patrick's Test (FABER or Figure 4) Illopsoas spasm or sacroiliac joint problem
Trendelenburg's Sign Weak gluteus medius or unstable hip
Torque Test Test capsular ligaments and stability of the hip joint
Stinchfield Test Lumbar or sacroiliac pathology
Sign of the Buttock ischial bursitis, neoplasm, or abscess in buttock
Thomas Test Contracture of hip flexor
Rectus Femoris Contracture contracture of Rectus Femoris
Ely's Test Tight Rectus Femoris or hip flexor
Ober's Test IT Band or Tensor Fascia Latte contracture
Hip Scouring Test Defect in articular cartilage of Femur or Acetabulum (osteochondral defects, arthritis) p! in labral tear
Tripod Sign Hamstring contracture
Phelp's test Contracture of Gracilis
Fulcrum Test possible stress Fx of Femoral Shaft
Created by: mmorgan14