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Physical exam of the elbow and shoulder

Want to diagnose an elbow injury? A shoulder injury? After presenting this topic at the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association annual meeting we...

Want to diagnose an elbow injury? A shoulder injury?

After presenting this topic at the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association annual meeting we have received  many requests for a “how to” videos of the physical examination of the elbow.    So, here you go! This shows how I typically evaluate the athlete’s elbow, with emphasis on diagnosing thrower’s injuries.

Physical Examination of the shoulder by Dr. David Lintner. This video shows how to examine the athlete’s shoulder with emphasis on the rotator cuff, labrum, and ligaments. Issues common to thrower’s shoulders are highlighted.

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