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Finally, to test adduction and internal rotation, ask the patient to place both hands
behind his back as high as they will go as if he were scratching the inferior
scapular angle. The chief advantage of this quick range of motion tests is that the
Supination and pronation should be performed as one test, since the two motions
essentially describe a single arc of motion. Passive Range of Motion Tests These
tests should be administered when a patient is unable to perform the active ...
Passive Range of Motion Tests Since muscles can act to restrict motion, the
patient must feel secure throughout the passive range of motion tests so that his
muscles remain relaxed. FLEXION AND EXTENSION. To conduct the passive
tests for ...
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