EVALUATIONS - bilaterally compare Palpation: palpate boney...

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EVALUATIONS H O P S A P S A R T History Observation Palpation Specific Testing Active Range Passive Range Special Tests Active Resistant Testing History: 1. Mechanism: what happened? 2. Location: where does it hurt? 3. Type of pain: sharp-bone, radiating- nerve, dull, aching- muscle, throbbing- bursitis/muscle 4. previous injuries 5. unusual sensation: pop, snap, clunk- subluxation Observation: Bruises, obvious deformity, inflammation, discoloration, abrasion/cuts,
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Unformatted text preview: bilaterally compare Palpation: palpate boney structure to rule out fracture, tissue palpation for muscles, ligaments from lest pain to most pain. Specific: active and passive ranges of motion Special Tests: to focus on injury ART: concentric and eccentric ranges of motion...
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