HOPS: Palpation, Stress Tests

HOPS: Palpation, Stress Tests

HOPS: Palpation, Stress Tests HOPS: Palpation, Stress Tests Palpation Areas to be palpated: Bones

Muscles Ligaments Tendons HOPS: Palpation Bony Landmarks HOPS: Palpation - Muscles

HOPS: Palpation - Tendons HOPS: Palpation - Ligaments HOPS: Palpation

Bony Palpation: Point Tenderness Deformities Joint Pain Joint Abnormalities HOPS: Palpation

Muscle Palpation: Point Tenderness Deformities Spasms Temperature HOPS: Palpation

Tendon Palpation: Point Tenderness Deformities Temperature HOPS: Palpation Ligamentous

Palpation: Point Tenderness Deformities Temperature HOPS: Palpation

Palpate for: Pain Bony Deformities Muscle Spasms Tendon Injuries Ligament Injuries Pulse (where applicable)

Breaks in Skin (injury to underlying structures) Change in Temperature Change in Sensation HOPS: Stress Tests

HOPS: Stress Tests Range of motion The amount of movement available at a specific joint HOPS: Stress Tests

Passive ROM Movement is performed by the examiner HOPS: Stress Tests Active ROM

Movement performed by the athlete HOPS: Stress Tests Resisted ROM Athlete attempts to move against the resistance

applied by the examiner HOPS: Stress Tests Special tests are designed to assess for specific injuries At least one for almost

every joint or body region! They should prove or disprove findings during the History & Observation process.

HOPS: Stress Tests ALWAYS PERFORM BILATERALLY! It helps to figure out what is normal for this particular athlete.

MOST special tests should NOT be performed if you suspect a fracture. HOPS: Stress Tests Range of Motion: ALWAYS test AROM first!

Never use PROM or RROM when a dislocation or fracture is suspected. Manual Muscle Testing: Only perform muscle strength testing on an

athlete with almost normal AROM. HOPS: Stress Tests Manual muscle testing is used to test how strong the muscles are

following an injury. Significant decreases in strength usually mean a more significant injury. Each muscle or muscle group has its own

strength test. HOPS: Stress Tests Special Tests Functional Testing using functional progression to assess

athletes ability to perform specific activity HOPS: Palpation, Stress Tests Palpation Areas to be palpated:

Bones Muscles Ligaments Tendons HOPS: Palpation, Stress Tests

Stress Tests Range of Motion Specific Joint Tests Strength Tests Functional Tests

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